Designing a Spatially-enabled Table, and Creating a Spatial Index

| January 28, 2016

In this laboratory exercise, you will create a GIS-enabled database by implementing a spatially indexed table, populating it with spatially encoded data, and creating stored procedures to provide augmented functionality to determine distances between points, and to process queries returning results containing points within spatially defined boundaries. Finally, you will learn to express and explore spatial data in its most natural and intuitive form: visually displayed as maps and plots.

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