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White, Philip Bradley

Associate Professor

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Research

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  • Phil's research interests lie at the intersection of data science and library collection development. His current work involves mining data to identify gaps in the library's journal holdings. He is also interested in gauging data literacy among students he teaches and works with.

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  • Collection Development, Data Information Literacy, Data Mining, Geographic Information Systems

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Teaching

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  • GEOG 4303 - GIS Programming for Spatial Analysis
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2022
    Focuses on the extension of geographic information systems (GIS) through programming as well as on the development of algorithms for spatial analysis and information extraction in vector and raster data using open source tools. Covers concepts, principles and techniques of programming and solving spatial problems in natural and social science settings. Group projects will foster skillsets in implementing solutions to complex spatial problems. Recommended prerequisite: GEOG 4203. Same as GEOG 5303.
  • GEOG 5303 - GIS Programming for Spatial Analysis
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2022
    Focuses on the extension of geographic information systems (GIS) through programming as well as on the development of algorithms for spatial analysis and information extraction in vector and raster data using open source tools. Covers concepts, principles and techniques of programming and solving spatial problems in natural and social science settings. Group projects will foster skillsets in implementing solutions to complex spatial problems. Recommended prerequisite: GEOG 4203/5203. Same as GEOG 4303.

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