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Wellbeing Toronto (Matthew McFarland)

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  • 1. A neighborhood wellness mapping application using ArcGIS Server
  • 2. Background
    • 2005 Task force identified 13 "Priority Areas"
      • Social Risk factors
      • Measure progress
      • Too static
    • Expand to diverse definitions of wellness
    • Expand user base
  • 3. The application
      • 140 Neighborhoods 
      • Hundreds of indicators
      • Weighting important to be represented more heavily in map
      • Other visualizations
      • Geographic reference layers
      • Transparency, openness, portability
  • 4. Technology
    • AcrGIS Server 9
      • All access to feature data through REST API
    • Java / Oracle
    • GeoTools, JTS
      • Reprojections, reformatting, spatial operations
    • OpenLayers
  • 5. Lessons Learned
      • 140 detailed polygons pushed the limit for vectors in browser
      • Excessive Markup
      • PDFs are hard
      • Penetration testing results
      • Weighted layers are a difficult concept for users to grasp
      • UI
  • 6. Thanks!     map.toronto.ca/wellbeing