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Geo-Refer Workshops

Workshop 1: An Introduction to Geographical Referencing

Thursday 23rd November 2006, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute (S3RI), University of Southampton

Resources for the workshop: Presentation slides / Sample materials / Datasets / Worked example

Workshop 2: A Practical Geo-referencing Workshop

Wednesday 30th May 2007, Cathie Marsh Centre for Census and Survey Research (CCSR), University of Manchester

Resources for the workshop: Presentation slides / Sample materials / Datasets / Worked example

Workshop 3: A Practical Geo-referencing Workshop

Wednesday 21st November 2007, Wolfson Teaching Room, Main Library, University of Edinburgh

Resources for the workshop: Presentation slides / Sample materials / Datasets / Worked example

Joint Workshops



Geographical Referencing and Census Data Workshop (Bristol)

Wednesday 28th May 2008, Cartographic Laboratory, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol

This was a joint Geo-Refer and GeoConvert workshop organised by the Census Services team at UK Data Archive. The workshop programme and the worked examples set can be downloaded from the Census Portal's workshops page at http://census.ac.uk/MB/Bristol_May08.aspx

Geographical Referencing and SASPAC Workshop

Tuesday 9th December 2008, Tait Building, City University London

This was a joint geographical referencing workshop organised by the Greater London Authority's SASPAC team and the Geo-Refer project

Resources for the workshop: Presentation slides / Sample materials / Datasets / Worked example

Geographical Referencing and Census Data Workshop (Southampton)

Thursday 5th February 2009, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, University of Southampton

This was a joint Geo-Refer and EDINA's UKBORDERS workshop organised by the Census Services team at UK Data Archive. The workshop programme and the worked examples set can be downloaded from the Census Portal's workshops page at http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/news/eventdetail.asp?id=2098