The Use of Geographic Information Systems in Territorial Diagnosis: an Applied Model on the Accessibility of Educational Services in the Zerhoun Cluster

The article discusses the issue of geographic information systems being limited by geographic researchers, despite being widely relied upon, to employment in the field of machine cartography only; in an attempt to highlight the many and varied capabilities offered by these systems. It is an effective, if used properly, tool in territorial diagnosis and an effective contributor to developmental construction.

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