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University of Waterloo

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PLAN 387

Spatial Databases

This course focuses on design and development of a GIS database. It addresses theoretical issues regarding data models used in GIS and data modeling techniques used in designing spatial databases. It considers the processing required to input data from a variety of sources and clean and edit a multi-theme database and introduces students to creation and use of internet map services.

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Anonymous - 2016-11-23 03:35:02
D Fall 2016 Peter Glenday
All I know is that the class average is very low. Assignment 3 class average is 52 out of 100 even though the assignment itself is pretty easy, just time-consuming. The university is good at giving harsh marks but not teaching quality. Most professors and TAs earned their undergraduate degrees from a university even "lower" than Waterloo, and yet treat native Waterloo undergrads very harshly, as if they were from Caltech, MIT, or Harvard. The average grade of a Harvard undergraduate student is 90 to 92, and what we get is 70s or 60s and some went down even lower to as far as 20s.

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