GIS Consultation Need Assistance with Mapping or Constructing Geographic Variables? Geographic (or Geospatial) Information Systems – GIS – offer increasingly popular and powerful ways to analyze spatial relationships and to visualize data through maps to show patterns and trends. GIS is a powerful tool for linking together data from various sources and at different spatial scales in investigating the relationships between place and health. The Urban Health Collaborative offers consultations to help integrate GIS information and analysis into your research and projects. Why you should use GIS: Collect and combine data for analysis; Visualize demographics, environmental data, natural and built environments; Explore potential causes of health variation within and among urban areas; And much more. GIS Office Hours Steve Melly, GIS Analyst for Drexel's Urban Health Collaborative, is available for GIS support by appointment. To schedule an appointment for consulting services online contact Steve Melly by email. Questions about software, spatial data, and making maps can be directed to Steve Melly. Take advantage of this opportunity to incorporate a geographic dimension in your work. Please contact Steve Melly with any questions via email at email@example.com. Additional GIS Resources at Drexel University For additional information about GIS and accessing ESRI software see the Drexel University Library Guide.