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SPACE program (2003-2007).
Current resources in support of
Spatially Integrated Social Science
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Acknowledgments

The following organizations/individuals contribute to the success of SPACE workshop programs through their generous support:

  • Luc Anselin and the University of Illinois Regents contributed GeoDa software on CD to participants in the 2004 and 2005 workshops.
  • Clark Labs (Clark University) contributed complimentary evaluation use of IDRISI Kilimanjaro software on CD to participants in the 2004 workshops.
  • Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI) contributed collections of recent books from the ESRI Press for use by participants in each of the SPACE workshops for 2004 through 2007, and complimentary evaluation copies of ArcGIS 9.0/9.1 software for participants in the SPACE workshop in 2005 through 2007.
  • Intergraph contributed complimentary evaluation use of GeoMedia Professional software on CD for all 2004 SPACE workshops and for the 2006 workshop at the University of Oklahoma.
  • Waldo Tobler and the Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science contributed FlowMapper software on CD to participants in the 2004 through 2007 workshops at UCSB.
  • Mike Goodchild, Don Janelle, and Oxford University Press cooperated to create discounted prices for SPACE to provide complimentary copies of Spatially Integrated Social Science to all workshop participants in 2005 and 2006.
  • Amy Glasmeier (Pennsylvania State University) provided copies of An Atlas of Poverty in America for all 2005 workshop participants.
  • Arc2Earth LLC provided complimentary 30-day licenses to all participants in 2006 SPACE workshops (see www.arc2earth.com).
  • Various units at the University of Oklahoma contributed cost-share support for workshop staff/graduate student salaries (Office of the Vice President for Research and the Center for Spatial Analysis) and social events (The Sasaki Institute and College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences).
  • ITT Visual Information Solutions donated a full version lab license of ENVI for the SPACE workshop at the University of Oklahoma (2006) and provided single-user evaluation copies for each of the participants.
  • General computer laboratory and workshop teaching space was generously contributed by the departments of geography from the University of California Santa Barbara (2004 through 2007), The Ohio State University (2004 through 2007), San Diego State University (2004), San Francisco State University (2005), and the University of Oklahoma (2006).

 

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