Analysis of the socio-spatial segregation in San Francisco, California using GIS tools
Carlos David Rivera, a previous IHS student of the Infrastructure and Smart Cities Master track, shared his experience of the "GIS (Geographic Information System) Methods for Urban Research" course, and his research on socio-spatial segregation in San Francisco, California.
In January, the students had a 2-week course on GIS Methods for Urban Research. During this period, they learned how to conduct a spatial analysis using GIS tools, specifically QGIS.
Read full details and findings of Carlos's report here.