GEOG 594A
Analytic Experience in Geospatial Intelligence

Overview

Lesson Learning Objectives

Evidence increases the estimate of the probability of the truthfulness of an alternative. An observation, e.g., a map or document, should be regarded as evidence only when it is compatible with the alternative.

  • Compile evidence to estimate of the probability of the truthfulness of the alternative.
  • Analyze the evidence to determine critical missing geospatial evidence.
  • Produce the missing geospatial evidence.
  • Analyze the quality of the evidence you compiled or developed.
  • Review the work of the other students.

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