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Table 2: Basic skills required for urban modeling and how they were addressed in this course.

                        Basic Skill

               Skill Development

Basic computer operating skills: windows, spreadsheets, data files, etc.

Pre-requisite

Intermediate micro-economics

Pre-requisite

Introduction to Travel Demand Modeling

Pre-requisite

Basic knowledge of ArcView GIS

Many students already had a working knowledge of this software; some time was devoted to this in the initial lab assignments

Basics of urban land use planning

Lectures, readings, and assignments

Basic knowledge of Discrete Choice modeling

Strongly recommended but not required prior to the course; a two-hour lecture was provided to help students learn to the basics of these models

Modeling frameworks

Presented in lectures and demonstrated in the modeling exercises

Urban Economics

Presented in lectures and demonstrated in the modeling exercises

Model evaluation

Lectures

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