Instructor: Brian Klinkenberg

Office: Room 209
Office hours: Tue / Thu

TA: Joel Trubilowicz

Office hours: The hour before the labs on Monday and Tuesday

Lab Help: Jose Aparicio

Office: Room 240D

Computer Lab: Rm 115



A note on Intensive and Extensive data

Intensive Data: Data independent of the spatial units (e.g., population density, percentages); data that has been normalized in some fashion.

Extensive Data: Data dependent on the spatial units (e.g., population totals)

You can add spatial units together that have extensive data, but you must use intensive data if you wish to work with subpolygons (division).

This is further discussion of intensive and extensive variables in your textbook: Chapter 4: Technical Box 4.3.