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  • 1. Data Collaboration During Crisis: Something Old and Something New
    Kate Chapman
    t: @wonderchook
    e: kate@geocommons.com
  • 2. Haiti
  • 3. Traditional Responders
  • 4. Volunteer Technologists
    OpenStreetMap
  • 5. Courtesy John Crowley
  • 6. OpenStreetMap
  • 7. CC-BY-SA OpenStreetMap and Contributors 2010
    Before
    After
  • 8. University of Texas Map Room
    http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/
  • 9. Map Warper
  • 10. Without a doubt, OpenStreetMap has helped save lives.
    MapAction
  • 11. Fairfax County Urban Search and Rescue Team Using OpenStreetMap in Haiti
  • 12. Ushahidi
  • 13. GeoCommons
  • 14.
  • 15. CrisisMappers
  • Analysis
    Map Courtesy of Jim Malone
  • 19. My analysis although very incomplete indicates that high hazard exists for many, many camps with impact to 10's of thousands of survivors in the event of a storm surgeassociated with a tropical storm or tsunami,I am very interested in having my work get into the right hands so need on the ground contacts with Haitian leadership and Haitian governmental agencies.
    Jim Malone via CrisisMappers Google Group (3/2/2010)
  • 20. Talbot Brooks – Delta State University 3/2/2010
  • 21. Collaboration Space Between U.S. Department of Defense and Other Responders
  • 22. Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
    Utilize the tools and techniques of OSM for humanitarian response and economic development
    http://hot.openstreetmap.org/weblog/
  • 23. Courtesy Andrew Turner
  • 24. Hardware HOT Kits
    Photo Courtsey Todd Huffman
  • 25. Photo Courtesy Andrew Turner
    Walking Papers
  • 26. Editor Presets
  • 27. Training
  • 28. Geolocation of Internally Displaced Persons
  • 29. Information Kiosks
  • 30. ComuniteOpenStreetMap de Haiti
  • 31. Gulf Oil Spill
  • 32.
  • 33.
  • 34. Image Courtesy Louisiana Bucket Brigade
  • 35.
  • 36. http://grassrootsmapping.org/guide/
  • 37.
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  • 41. Courtesy Todd Huffman
  • 42. http://digitalgazette.org
  • 43. http://github.com/fortiusone/digitalgazette
  • 44.
  • 45.
  • 46. Roads Imported
  • 47. What’s Next?
  • 48. Data
    Report
    Data
    Report
    Data
    Analyst
    Decision Maker
    Report
    Traditional Analytics
  • 49. Make Analytics Easy
    (Everyone likes pictures)
  • 50. Make Terms Easy
    (But allow the deep dive)
  • 51. Make Collaboration Easy
  • 52. Make Results Traceable
  • 53. Make Results Extendable
    Data
    Information
    Data
    Analyst
    Information
    Data
    Analyst
    Information
  • 54. Key Conditions for Collaborative Analysis
    Make it:
  • Thanks!
    Kate Chapman
    t: @wonderchook
    e: kate@geocommons.com