Data, Indicators and Maps on Homelessness

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  • Cybercartography is Charting a New Route , D. R. Fraser Taylor, 2013, Geospatial World, January, Vol. 3 Issue 6.
  • Data, Indicators and Maps on Homelessness

    1. 1. Homelessness:Indicators and mappingTracey P. LauriaultGeomatics and Cartographic Research Centrehttps://gcrc.carleton.caSOWK 4209 A (Special Studies)Affordable Housing and HomelessnessJune 4, 2013
    2. 2. Table of Contents• Introduction: GCRC & Cybercartography• Risk of Homelessness Indicators – FCM• Open data and homelessness• Mapping Homelessness• Technology, Policy, Law• Conclusion
    3. 3. Introduction
    4. 4. GCRCs Research FocusThe application of geographic informationprocessing to the analysis of topics of interest tosociety in a national and international contextand the display of the results in ways that peoplecan readily understand
    5. 5. Cybercartography•Cybercartography is a theoretical construct proposed by D.R.Fraser Taylor (1997, 2003, 2013). It is:“the organization, presentation, analysis and communication ofspatially referenced information on a wide variety of topics ofinterest and use to society in an interactive, dynamic, multimedia,multisensory and multidisciplinary format”.Cybercartography offers an opportunity for deeply rethinkinghow we design and produce, disseminate and use maps on theInternet.
    6. 6. 6 Central Concepts ofCybercartography1. Multisensory2. Multiple ways of learning3. Interactive, multimedia, dynamic4. Enable people to create their own narratives5. Multiple views on the same topic6. Democratizing mapping – creators & users
    7. 7. GCRC’s Research Themes• Cybercartographic Atlases & Infrastructure• Indigenous Knowledge (LTK,TK)• Northern Research• Law, Society and Cybercartography• Geospatial Information Management• Archiving and Preservation• Sound (multisensory)• Open Source (Nunaliit)
    8. 8. Risk ofHomelessnessIndicators – FCM
    9. 9. Quality of Life Reporting System
    10. 10. Risk of Homelessness Indicators
    11. 11. Risk of Homelessness Indicators
    12. 12. Risk of Homelessness Indicators
    13. 13. FCM Members 2003
    14. 14. Housing Starts
    15. 15. Social Housing Waiting Lists
    16. 16. Geography
    17. 17. Geography
    18. 18. Geography
    19. 19. RM-Halton Geography ExamplesSource:CSDS Consortium Member - Regional Municipality of Halton Framework Data
    20. 20. RM-Halton Geography ExamplesSource:CSDS Consortium Member – Community Development Halton Framework Data
    21. 21. Open Data andHomelessness
    22. 22. Open Data Canada
    23. 23. Open Data and Homelessness
    24. 24. Open Data and Homelessness
    25. 25. Open Data and Homelessness
    26. 26. Open Data and Homelessness
    27. 27. Open Data and Homelessness
    28. 28. Open Data and Homelessness
    29. 29. Data Sources
    30. 30. Data Sources
    31. 31. Data Sources
    32. 32. Data Sources
    33. 33. Hackathons
    34. 34. Open Data Groups
    35. 35. Atlas of the Risk ofHomelessness

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