When planning for the development of an area, be this for its growth, downgrade, or simply for the rationalization of its current state, GIS tools are very useful in that they can offer an effective representation of the interaction between socio, economic and physical factors.
The Community Potential Analysis is an example of such GIS tools, and includes both an evaluative and a propositional dimension.

When planning for the development of an area, be this for its growth, downgrade, or simply for the rationalization of its current state, GIS tools are very useful in that they can offer an effective representation of the interaction between socio, economic and physical factors.The Community Potential Analysis is an example of such GIS tools, and includes both an evaluative and a propositional dimension.

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