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  • Geospatial Visualization of Government Data Andrew Turner - @ajturner CTO FortiusOne / GeoCommons
  • People live and interact with Place flickr: qwertyuiop
  • Geography is a Common Pivot Point
  • The role of maps Maps Reflect & Define Reality
  • “Americus” The role of maps Maps Reflect & Define Reality
  • GIS is moving from being map-centric...
  • flickr:thomashawk flickr:ayula ...to being Citizen-Centric
  • Google Maps & Google Earth
  • ‘Slippy Maps’ & ‘Virtual Globes’
  • Ubiquitous, Inexpensive Locative Devices
  • Neogeography
  • Geospatial Visualization in role of maps The Government
  • Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) “ The purpose of the FEA is to transform government such that it becomes citizen-centered, results oriented, and market-based. ” OMB Circular 30
  • Geo-Enablement: Potential “The coupling of geospatial data, services and technologies with conventional data, services and technologies can be one of the most significant enablers of improved decision making within business operations.  It increases performance of key mission requirements across all levels of governments. ” FGDC FEA Geospatial Profile
  • Federal Enterprise Architecture Business Reference Model Citizens 74% geospatial 63% geospatial Government
  • Free and Open Data U.S. Census TIGER/Line
  • Mean Center Population of the US (1790-2000) 1790: 23 miles east of Baltimore (MD) • 1910: in the city of Bloomington (IN) • 1800: 18 miles west of Baltimore (MD) • 1920: 8 miles south-southeast of Spencer (IN) • 1810: 40 miles northwest by west of • 1930: 3 miles northeast of Linton (IN) Washington, DC • 1940: 2 miles southeast by east of Carlisle (IN) • 1820: 16 miles east of Moorefield (VA, now WV) • 1950: 8 miles north-northwest of Olney (IN) • 1830: 19 miles west-southwest of Moorefield • 1950: 3 miles northeast of Louisville (IL)** (VA, now WV) • 1960: 6-1/2 miles northwest of Centralia (IL) • 1840: 16 miles south of Clarksburg (VA, now • 1970: 5 miles east-southeast of Mascoutah (IL) WV) • 1980: 1/4 mile west of DeSoto (MO) • 1850: 23 miles southeast of Parkersburg (VA, now WV) • 1990: 10 miles southeast of Steelville (MO) • 1860: 20 miles south by east of Chillcothe (OH) • 2000: 3 miles east of Edgar Springs (MO) • 1870: 48 miles east by north of Cincinnati (OH) • 1880: 8 miles west by south of Cincinnati (OH) • 1890: 20 miles east of Columbus (IN)* • 1900: 6 miles southeast of Columbus (IN)*
  • Mean Center Population of the US (1790-2000) U.S. Dept of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration U.S. Census Bureau
  • GeoEnablement
  • Geographic Context Example Elements address event point station (physical) facility port street address geography position suburb (postal) house post terrain area household property territory bearing incident region topography bearings latitude reservation town city locale residence tract community locality river reach venue compass locate route vicinity country location scene village direction longitude site watershed distance neighborhood situation where district pinpoint space whereabouts domicile place spot ZIP code
  • GeoReferencing: Geocoding
  • GeoReferencing: Spatial Join
  • 3D Thematic Types of Mobile Visualizations Analytic Temporal links: http://delicious.com/tags/ogi09
  • 3D Thematic Types of Mobile Visualizations Analytic Temporal
  • Transparency & Accountability
  • Unemployment
  • MultiLayered Thematic
  • 3D Thematic Types of Mobile Visualizations Analytic Temporal
  • Spatial Correlation
  • “Heat Maps”
  • 3D Thematic Types of Mobile Visualizations Analytic Temporal
  • Daytime Crime
  • Nighttime Crime
  • 3D Thematic Types of Mobile Visualizations Analytic Temporal
  • AreYouSafe DC
  • 3D Thematic Types of Mobile Visualizations Analytic Temporal
  • uuorld
  • Citizen Driven Exploration
  • Engagement through Participation
  • Engagement through Participation
  • Citizen Driven Visualization
  • Citizen Driven Visualization
  • Citizen Driven Visualization
  • Citizen Driven Visualization
  • Citizen Driven Visualization
  • Citizen Driven Visualization
  • Citizen Driven Visualization
  • Participation, Collaboration & Feedback Loops
  • Agency Agency Agency Transparency
  • Agency Agency Agency Transparency
  • Agency Agency Agency Citizen Transparency
  • Agency Agency Agency Citizen
  • Agency Agency Citizen Agency
  • Agency Agency Citizen Agency
  • Agency Agency Citizen Agency
  • Agency Agency Citizen Agency
  • Agency Agency Citizen Agency Participation
  • Agency Community Agency Citizen Agency Participation
  • Agency Community Agency Citizen Agency Participation
  • Agency Community Agency Citizen Agency Collaboration
  • Agency Community Agency Citizen Agency Collaboration
  • Agency Community Agency Citizen Agency Collaboration
  • Agency Community Agency Citizen Agency Collaboration
  • Agency Community Agency Citizen Agency Collaboration
  • Maps as Social Objects
  • Analyzing Usage Education Environment Population Health
  • Analyzing Usage Education Environment Population Health
  • Crisis Response: San Diego Wildfires
  • Crisis Response: San Diego Wildfires
  • Crisis Response: San Diego Wildfires
  • Key Points of Geospatial Visualization
  • Key Points of Geospatial Visualization •Open Data in Open Formats •User-Centric, Domain-Centric, Easy to use interfaces •Encourage Exploration and Collaboration
  • Key Points of Geospatial Visualization •Open Data in Open Formats •User-Centric, Domain-Centric, Easy to use interfaces •Encourage Exploration and Collaboration FGDC FEA Geospatial Profile - January 27, 2006
  • Thank you Andrew Turner e: andrew@fortiusone.com b: http://highearthorbit.com t: @ajturner m: 248-982-3609 delicious.com/tags/ogi09