Table of contents for Think globally, act regionally : GIS and data visualization for social science and public policy research / Richard LeGates.

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List of mapsvii
List of figuresix
Acknowledgmentsxiii
Introductionxv
Part IUrbanization, GIS, and data visualization1
Chapter 1	Urbanization and its discontents3
Chapter 2	Introduction to GIS
Chapter 3	Managing urbanization with vector GIS
Chapter 4	Visual images and data graphics
Part IIRaster GIS, multivariate data graphics, and balancing the natural and built environments 
Chapter 5	Urbanization in harmony with the earth
Chapter 6	Introduction to raster GIS
Chapter 7	Using raster GIS to resolve conflicts between the natural and built environments
Chapter 8	Visualizing relationships with multivariate data graphics
Part IIIPromoting spatial equity and regional integration with GIS and data visualization
Chapter 9	Spatial equity and regional integration
Chapter 10	Symbolizing map features and creating map layouts
Chapter 11	Using multiple media, and the theory and practice of graphic communication
Part IVUsing GIS in regional planning
Chapter 12	Bringing it all together in the Portland, Oregon region 
Map credits
Figure credits
Data credits
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Regional planning -- Data processing.
Regional planning -- United States.
Urban geography -- Data processing.
Urban ecology -- Data processing.
Urban policy -- Data processing.
Geographic information systems.
Visualization.
Computer graphics.