The geospatial services team operates out of the GIS Lab, located on the 9th floor of the Library / Tech building in rooms 951 & 952. Baruch students, faculty, and staff can meet with the Geospatial Data Librarian to discuss projects and get assistance, and can work independently on GIS or data-related projects in the lab with help nearby. CUNY affiliates are also welcome to inquire. Appointments are required (sorry, no drop-ins).
We specialize in: Census and demographic data, geographic and place-based datasets, GIS and mapping (see our goals and services)
For inquiries or to make an appointment, contact
Frank Donnelly, Geospatial Data Librarian, at:
Hours for fall 2018 (ending Dec 21st)
The lab is equipped with:
- Two MS Windows workstations, wifi and ample workspace for laptops. Workstations have: ArcGIS 10.4, QGIS 2.18, GRASS 7.4, the GDAL and OGR utilities, Geoda, OpenRefine, Python 3.7 (Anacondas), R 3.5 and R Studio, Spatialite / SQLite, PostgreSQL 10 / PostGIS 2.4, and both the MS Office and Libre Office suites.