1.02.01 GIS Activities with reference to the Content of the Cookbook

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The following matrix shows how the GIS Cookbook can be used in relation to the CLUP preparation:   SITUATION (WHAT TO DO)COURSE OF ACTION (HOW TO DO IT) 1 If you are a beginner in GIS it is recommended that you attend the Basic GIS and the Applied GIS Training Courses conducted by HLURB prior to using GIS in preparing the CLUP.
  1. Course Description and Training Program of the training modules are found in the Toolbox, Chapter 7.01.
  2. Contact HLURB (Regional Offices or Information Technology Group, through telephone +632 927 2698 and email address: gis@hlurb.gov.ph for information on scheduled trainings.
If you have previous training and experience in GIS you start here:   SITUATION (WHAT TO DO)COURSE OF ACTION (HOW TO DO IT) 2 There are 12 steps in the process of formulating the CLUP
  1. Refer to Volume 1
3 For each Step, one or several CLUP Information Products (IPs) are specified. IPs are defined as the instructive components that are needed to present a CLUP Step in a comprehensive way. It consists of tables, graphs and maps in both digital and paper-based formats.
  1. For more information about IPs, refer to Chapter 3.03.04.
  2. Examples of IPs are found in Chapter 3.03.07.
  3. A complete set of IP descriptions are included in the Toolbox, Chapters 4.05 – 4.09.
4 To prepare an IP, data needs to be gathered, stored and presented in a way that is easy to comprehend by the CLUP stakeholders.
  1. Examples of stakeholders are shown in page 22 of Volume 1.
  2. The data that needs to be captured is outlined in the Toolbox, Chapter 5.01.01 and in each IP respectively.
5 The CLUP attribute data is compiled in a number of tables. Some of the tables (called the Key tables) are required for all types of municipalities/ cities in order to do the analysis. There are also some tables (known as the Optional tables) that might be useful based on the specific profile, size, etc. of the respective LGUs being planned.
  1. A list of tables with prioritized (Key) and extensive (Optional) data is included in the Toolbox, Chapter 5.01.01.
  2. The LGU should consult HLURB Regional Office (RO) to find out what attribute datasets are required in the CLUP preparation.
6 The data is collected from the different sources, either from secondary sources or through primary field surveys conducted by the respective LGUs.
  1. The IP describes how the data should be gathered.
  2. Case studies on how to implement primary fields surveys are found in the Toolbox, Chapter 4.19.01.
  3. A list of CLUP data sources and what data is available from them is included in the Toolbox, Chapter 4.17.01.
7 The attribute data should be inserted in the above-mentioned (Excel) tables
  1. Templates can be copied/downloaded from the Toolbox, Chapter 5.
8 Some tables will be used in the GIS, while some will be used in the narrative text of the CLUP.
  1. A list of GIS tables and non-GIS tables is found in the Toolbox, Chapter 5.01.01.
9 The non-GIS tables should have a clear and concise layout.
  1. Templates can be copied/downloaded from the Toolbox, Chapter 5.
10 The spatial data is stored in GIS-format. It is recommended that standardized symbology, legend and (map) layout formats are used.
  1. The respective IPs provide the recommended Symbology and Legend to be used.
  2. The Palettes for the CLUP feature objects can be downloaded from the Toolbox, Chapter 4.21.02.
  3. Recommendations on layout and dimensions for printed maps are found in Chapter 5.10.01.
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