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Dbm 449 Laboratory Procedures Ilab 4 Answers

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DBM 449 Laboratory Procedures Ilab 4 Answers
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Laboratory Procedures
DeVry University
College of Engineering and Information Sciences

I.                   OBJECTIVES
1. Understand and become familiar with current capabilities and limitations of the OpenGIS implementation in MySQL.
2. Learn to create, update, and use spatial indices.
3. Explore practical approaches to calculating distances between points on the Earth’s surface.
4. Understand fundamentals of geotagging.
5. Create stored procedures to determine real-world distances, and to process spatial queries returning result sets of data points within a bounding rectangle.
6. Explore visualization of GIS data.

II.         PARTS LIST
1. EDUPE-APP Omnymbus MySQL Environment (https://devry.edupe.net:8300/) and/or:
2. MySQL (dev.mysql.com/downloads)

The argument could be made that Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Analytics revolutionized Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) by making it simple for users to traverse, examine, and visualize different aggregations of data over the dimension of time. Geographic Information Systems, once an arcane, rare, expensive, and highly specialized type of information system, have brought about a similar revolution using the spatial dimension. As these systems have become affordable and entered the mainstream—indeed, they are now ubiquitous—they have also become mainstream; or perhaps it would be more accurate to say that mainstream DBMS systems have come to commonly adopt and integrate the specialized data structures and algorithms required to implement spatially enabled, data-driven systems at will.

In this laboratory exercise, you will create a GIS-enabled database...


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