Individual;Spatial Databases;For this assignment, you will choose from the following options;? Option 1: Spatial Hands-On;? Option 2: Spatial PowerPoint;Read the instructions in the University of Phoenix Material: Spatial Databaseslocated on the student website and select one option to complete the assignment.;Spatial Databases;Select and complete one of the following assignments.;Option 1: Temporal Hands-On;You have been tasked with creating a SQL Function that will take as input latitude and longitude and will return the distance between the two points in miles.;As you develop this function, consider the following;Microsoft ? SQL Server ? now provides a geography type. You can set a location on the globe into this type of variable using the following approach: geography::Point(lat,long,4268).;Further, Microsoft ? SQL Server ? provides a function STDistance() that can be used to calculate the distance between two geographic points.;Submit the CREATE FUNCTION script used to perform this calculation.;Option 2: Spatial Presentation;Create a 7- to 10-slide Microsoft ? PowerPoint ? presentation and address the following;? What does a spatial database store? How does it store it?;? How is SQL used to retrieve information from a spatial database?;? Explain what observer functions are and their role in a spatial database. Provide examples.;Include a cover page, speaker notes, and at least three references.
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