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geodata

Syllabification: ge·o·da·ta
Pronunciation: /ˈjēōˌdatə, -ˌdātə
 
 
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Definition of geodata in English:

noun

Computerized geographical data: the use of geodata greatly depends on the ease and speed of acquisition
More example sentences
  • One of the things I'm thinking about in light of his presentation and my own experience is how to make gathering data - geo-data and other data - easier for journalists.
  • "It would be great to see geodata becoming cheaper and easier to licence because of this, but I'm afraid the move looks like central government cost-cutting."
  • Armed with cheap satellite-tracking handsets, teams of civilian surveyors are out in the field recording casual journeys and sharing geodata with each other to produce their own maps.

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