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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) operate on many levels. On the most basic level, GIS is used as computer cartography, i.e. mapping. The extended benefit of GIS is through using spatial and statistical methods to analyze attribute and geographic information. The end result of the analysis can be derivative information, interpolated information or prioritized information.

The data served up at the present time allows users to visualize the Frederiksted Revitalization Project through the interactive use of aerial photography, contours and other geographic data layers. More functionality will be added in time. Be sure to check back regularly for additional features.

The GIS provided by Coastal Systems Development, Inc. is best viewed in Internet Explorer. Please note that:

  • You need to allow the ActiveX plug-in to be downloaded and automatically installed on your computer, if not already installed. This small plug-in installs painlessly and is needed to access the map data.
  • On a dial up connection the map data appears in about 35secs.
  • On a DSL connection the map data appears in about 5secs.
  • Though you can access the data sets with a dial-up connection, your experience will be much more rewarding if you have a faster connection (zooming and panning large data sets can be quite demanding).
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