Jula GIS

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View the web map of vehicle collisions with pedestrians and with cyclists in Los Angeles here.


Established as a company in 2012, Jula GIS creates custom map products for clients. Jula GIS created three maps, at different scales, for a book on the life and works of J.G. Ballard. These maps were created in gray scale and will be used in print and online versions of the book which should be published soon.

Jula GIS has experience recording the point location of features and developing oddly shaped maps from the data. These features can also be loaded onto a web application, such as the earthquake map, allowing for regular updates. Jula GIS has experience automating GIS processes through Python scripts and batch files and designing and maintaining web map services and SDE databases.


flowerJula GIS is located in Los Angeles, CA. Patty Jula, the owner of Jula GIS, is currently completing coursework to earn a Master of Science in Geographic Information Technology (GIST) through the University of Southern California. Patty recently developed a web page of vehicle collisions with pedestrians and with cyclists in Los Angeles, CA, using CartoDB. As part of this coursework, Patty completed GPS training on Catalina Island where she worked with Trimble GPS devices.

Jula GIS seeks to find solutions for all of our client needs, using more than five years experience in the GIS field.


Get in touch with your questions about Jula GIS services and availability.

    • 202 906 9805
    • pattyjula@gmail.com

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Maps by Jula GIS are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

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