What is GIS?
There are many definitions of GIS. Some are lengthy and some are short. Here is a middle-of-the-road description that should help get you pointed in the right direction:
"A geographic information system (GIS) lets us visualize, question, analyze, interpret, and understand data to reveal relationships, patterns, and trends." (Esri)
A more general, alternative perspective: A Geographic Information System is a data management and decision making tool that consists of people, software, and data.
What it does...
GIS assists with documenting the real world in digital format with a graphic user interface making it useful for:
Who uses it...
Anyone involved in managing location-based information:
How it's done...
Over many years and through a lot of research, a widely accepted pattern has emerged for GIS implementation:
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All spatial information can be queried, managed, and manipulated using GIS.