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Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
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Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data
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Enrich Gis With Social Media And Open Data

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  • Models of GIS, justpickyourown
  • I do notreally care for the type of definitionyoumaychooseforGeographicInformation Systems. As long as youchooseone.
  • I likethis model as a basic model of anyinformation system.
  • These are typicallreasonsforhavingsuch a system. And that are the typicalaspects we mightbeable to approvewithsocial media and/or open data.
  • I think we can talk about a cognitivegeographic surplus!
  • Tomanysocialnetworks. Howmanycanone manage?
  • A socialnetworkonlymakessensenwhenthere are activeparticipants.
  • Fromwho is connected to who (and where)
  • To: what is moving to wherehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XBwjQsOEegNotice the north-south of the worlddifference
  • http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn19200-twitter-mood-maps-reveal-emotional-states-of-america.htmlTo :how do we valuewhosayswhatwhere
  • http://bdnooz.com/lbsn-location-based-social-networking-links/Lots of tools. Whichwillonesurvive?
  • Whywouldpeoplecheckinwith 4sq?
  • Fun?Discount?This restaurant is nowpayingfor 4sq for marketing data, which we all voluntarilygive up.
  • Sowherecansocial media fit in?
  • Asmentionedduring FOSS4G 2011 Denver.
  • Whynotdonate the trees of your datasets to OSM?
  • A supermashp of geographic data
  • Greatcartography! And enoughopportunaty to share the maps.
  • Notreallynew. Just very practical at times.
  • I am always intrigued by the limits of openness
  • To me this is the big why (open data makessense)
  • http://wiki.linkedgov.org/index.php/The_economic_impact_of_open_dataI wouldlike to see more evidence. I seethis more in a practical way: sharing data willbecomeeasier.
  • That is quite a statement to make.
  • Anadmirable and must readwork.
  • In response to Plato’s the Republic.
  • The platform to watch.
  • First concrete step in NL
  • Resulted in manyappcontests (which are reallygreat)
  • And anannouncementfrom the ministery.The journalist is making a bit of anerrorhere.
  • Esri goingfrommaps to apps
  • For instancethisone. Basedon open data. A free service thougharcrgis.com
  • One step further:severaldatasourcescombinedwith data fromArcGIS.com. 20 minutes of work
  • Will we ever have this kind of open data in NL? Is thatwhat society (!= government) wants?
  • Whereopend data fits in. Unfortunately, pulishingcosts are going down to zero. All otherscosts are stillthere.
  • Why does open data enrich GIS?
  • Firmscancontribute as well: not all data companiescollect have to be premium. Firmscan and shouldcontribute to open knowledge as well.
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    • 1. Enrich GIS<br />byusingsocial media<br />and open geo data<br />
    • 2. Social media<br />Enrich GIS<br />Open geodata<br />
    • 3.
    • 4. BIG &<br />small<br />GIS <br />
    • 5.
    • 6. Betterdecisions<br />More insight<br />Efficiency<br />More knowledge<br />Faster<br />Better<br />Nicer<br />…<br />
    • 7. Social media<br />Enrich GIS<br />Open geodata<br />
    • 8. < access to oneanother><br />C. Shirky, Cognitive Surplus<br />
    • 9. LinkedIn<br />Mendeley<br />Tumblr<br />Quora<br />Google+<br />Hyves<br />FourSquare<br />Facebook<br />Twitter<br />
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    • 19. “the mappers map”<br />
    • 20.
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    • 23. Goal<br />Reach more people<br />Activate more people<br />Citizen engagement<br />Cost<br />Learn the tools<br />Time<br />Leanwhatworks<br />
    • 24. Social media<br />Enrich GIS<br />Open geodata<br />
    • 25. < Openness 2.0><br />
    • 26. Trends: our world opens up<br />Open Innovation<br />
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    • 31. The BIGwhy<br />
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    • 35. Thank youLatina_x<br />
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    • 44. *<br />*<br />Go!<br />
    • 45. The BIG why<br />Open Society<br />Economicbenefits<br />Lessbarrier to innovation<br />Citizens engagement<br />Leap of faith<br />
    • 46. Open data gets really interesting once it is linked open data<br />Government has no monopoly over open (geo) data<br />Firms and citizensneed to contribute as well!<br />
    • 47. @jwvaneck<br />http://www.jwvaneck.org<br />
    • 48. Howit’s made<br />Thinking, research, conversations<br />Attending open data events<br />HarvestingMendeley<br />A few books (seeanobii)<br />Serendipity at the library<br />Tools: paper, Xmind, PowerPoint, Slideshare <br />

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