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Presented at the Harvard Center for Geospatial Analysis on May 6, 2011.

Presented at the Harvard Center for Geospatial Analysis on May 6, 2011.

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  • Collaborative Analysis with GeoCommons Andrew Turner @ajturnerPresented at the Harvard Center for Geospatial Analysis on May 6, 2011
  • Access Visualize Analyzewe focus on three overall capabilitiesData: networked, unbounded, standards-based, community driven, open data.Visualization: We need ways to get through this data. What do I have? What is the shape andidea of it? How is it changing? What can I do with it?Analysis: In the end, I want to make decisions. To do that, I need to ask questions. I needtools to help me easily ask questions and find answers without having to worry about the“how” of the question asking. Just let me explore.
  • ConversationsWhen I think that I have a decision, I need to seek consensus. I need to convince others I’mright, or find out if they have a better idea.
  • Cross-DomainShare KnowledgeMake Smarter Decisions... Collaboratively
  • Citizens Enterprise Organizations Developers Media ResearchAcross each of these organizations and communities they are able to quickly and effectivelyleverage public data with their enterprise data in order to reach smarter decisions morequickly. They are made more effective by actively collaborating with organizations in otherindustries and focus.
  • http://geocommons.comStart now by joining our GeoCommons community of more than 25k GeoIQ users. You canreadily find, visualize, and very soon analyze the public repository of 500,000+ geographicattributes, billions of features.55k+ unique datasets2.5m+ downloads8.5m+ maps servedOr talk to me about how to use GeoIQ within your enterprise in order to leverage GeoIQConnect - integrating directly into your databases such as Oracle or even NoSQL stores.
  • 500,000+ geographic attributes 55k+ unique datasets billions of features. 2.5m+ downloads 8.5m+ maps served http://geocommons.comStart now by joining our GeoCommons community of more than 25k GeoIQ users. You canreadily find, visualize, and very soon analyze the public repository of 500,000+ geographicattributes, billions of features.55k+ unique datasets2.5m+ downloads8.5m+ maps servedOr talk to me about how to use GeoIQ within your enterprise in order to leverage GeoIQConnect - integrating directly into your databases such as Oracle or even NoSQL stores.
  • Integrated with the Web Web Data Analysis Services & Maps Spreadsheet Shapefiles KML, etc. Federated... Web APIOGC Services Databases Excel ArcGIS Mobile
  • Collaborate wherever you arenew upcoming features. Polymaps support. >100,000 points, png and pdf output.
  • Collaborate wherever you arenew upcoming features. Polymaps support. >100,000 points, png and pdf output.
  • Collaborate wherever you arenew upcoming features. Polymaps support. >100,000 points, png and pdf output.
  • http://developer.geoiq.com
  • ResearchWWF and UNEP are “expert-sourcing” climate data and opening up their models to the worldto “crowd-source” personal impact, relevance and feedback
  • http://maps.worldbank.org
  • credit: Dave Warner Social Data CultivationCollaborating at the Edge #beer4data
  • “The Taj”, Jalalabad, Afghanistn flickr: oddboy
  • Afghanistan Election Dashboard
  • Citizen reported incidents
  • Predicted areas for violence
  • Haiti
  • OpenStreetMapHaiti - January 12, 2010
  • Haiti - January 14, 2010
  • Haiti - January 26, 2010
  • Ushahidi::Haiti http://haiti.ushahidi.com
  • Needs & Damage http://news.geocommons.com Assessment
  • Medical Needs
  • Social Media Indicatorshttp://geocommons.com/maps/51058
  • Social Media Indicatorshttp://geocommons.com/maps/51058
  • Learn more Tomorrow!or try it now at geocommons.com Andrew Turner @ajturner andrew@geoiq.com