On-demand cartography for trekkers: different trekkers, different maps. C. Domingues, C. Hoarau, ICC 2011

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In this paper, we introduce a method for identifying the
specific needs of a community from a user survey, and adapting
maps accordingly. This method was applied to four different groups
of trekkers: walkers, road cyclists, cross-country bikers, and recreational
trekkers. Relevant concepts, criticisms and expectations for
each group were identified using natural language processing and
lexicometry methods and tools. Suggestions for adapting maps focus
on data selection and graphic representation. Pedestrian trails were
emphasized using trail-marking signs as graphical symbols and adding
numbers which refer to additional information. Specific trails
were added to the cross-country biking map using the difficulty level
indication of ski maps. Moreover, contour lines were highlighted for
cross-country bikers to help them to understand relief. The road cyclist
map was designed at a 1/50 000 scale with generalized data.
The slope of cycling paths was indicated by a diverging color
scheme to convey the difficulty of different sections of road. This
paper describes part of an on-demand map making process and illustrates
it for a specific community, trekkers. It has been shown that it
is possible to select data and define radical graphic choices as long
as the community is targeted enough to have the same needs and
wishes.

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On-demand cartography for trekkers: different trekkers, different maps. C. Domingues, C. Hoarau, ICC 2011

  1. 1. 25th International Cartographic Conference, Paris, France On-demand cartography for trekkers: different trekkers, different maps Catherine Dominguès, Charlotte Hoarau COGIT Laboratory, IGN, France July 5th, 2011
  2. 2. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 2C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Some trekker maps
  3. 3. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 3C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Some trekker maps
  4. 4. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 4C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Some trekker maps
  5. 5. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 5C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Context  Trekking maps might be very different  Local initiatives  In IGN, neither specific data nor specific symbolization for trekking  A survey conducted for trekkers
  6. 6. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 6C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Objectives  Map making method based on user survey : – Improving our process of on-demand map making – Testing natural language processing (NLP) methods and tools  Special case: cartography for trekkers
  7. 7. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 7C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Outline trekker survey relevant items criticisms & expectations transcription written corpus lexicometry patterns maps cartographic proposals survey analysis
  8. 8. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 8C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Outline trekker survey relevant items criticisms & expectations transcription written corpus lexicometry patterns maps survey analysis cartographic proposals
  9. 9. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 9C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trekker survey  4 groups according to their activity: – walking – road cycling – cross-country biking – those who occasionally practice these activities
  10. 10. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 10C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trekker survey  4 groups according to their activity: – walking – road cycling – cross-country biking – those who occasionally practice these activities  4 interviews conducted by coordinator
  11. 11. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 11C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trekker survey  4 groups according to their activity: – walking – road cycling – cross-country biking – those who occasionally practice these activities  4 interviews conducted by coordinator  Open-ended questions
  12. 12. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 12C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Outline trekker survey relevant items criticisms & expectations transcription written corpus lexicometry patterns maps survey analysis cartographic proposals
  13. 13. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 13C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Written corpus  1 group = 1 activity = 1 practice of trekking  Transcription of questions and replies = written (sub-)corpus  4 written sub-corpora for 4 practices of trekking
  14. 14. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 14C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Written corpus  Transcription of interview = 1 written (sub-)corpus: - If contour lines are dim, you can't see them very well. - If you highlight them, it’s going to be heavy. Graticule and Lambert coordinates are not useful. They are only for specialist. Yes, they are useful for specialists. They prevent you from reading the map or they don't. The map is too crowded by all these numbers. - I like color. It's lively. It's clear. I have a quick overall reading of relief; I can see valleys well. - The map shows the distance you can cover by bike : 25 by 30 kms. - I am fond of vivid colors.
  15. 15. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 15C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Outline trekker survey relevant items criticisms & expectations transcription written corpus lexicometry patterns maps survey analysis cartographic proposals
  16. 16. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 16C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Relevant concepts  Relevant concepts for each activity
  17. 17. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 17C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Relevant concepts  Relevant concepts for each activity  Used tool: lexicometry – Based on corpus – To make out significantly frequent words in a corpus
  18. 18. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 18C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Relevant concepts  Relevant concepts for each activity  Used tool: lexicometry – Based on corpus – To make out significantly frequent words in a corpus  Contrastive study between each sub-corpus and a reference corpus
  19. 19. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 19C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Relevant concepts road cycling sub-corpus cross-country biking sub-corpus walking sub-corpus recreational trekking sub-corpus  Reference corpus=concatenation of sub-corpora road cycling sub-corpus cross-country biking sub-corpus walking sub-corpus recreational trekking sub-corpus reference corpus
  20. 20. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 20C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau  Transcription of interview = 1 written (sub-)corpus: - If contour lines are dim, you can't see them very well. - If you highlight them, it’s going to be heavy. Graticule and Lambert coordinates are not useful. They are only for specialist. Yes, they are useful for specialists. They prevent you from reading the map or they don't. The map is too crowded by all these numbers. - I like color. It's lively. It's clear. I have a quick overall reading of relief; I can see valleys well. - The map shows the distance you can cover by bike : 25 by 30 kms. - I am fond of vivid colors. Written corpus
  21. 21. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 21C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Written corpus  Transcription of interview = 1 written (sub-)corpus: - If contour lines are dim, you can't see them very well. - If you highlight them, it’s going to be heavy. Graticule and Lambert coordinates are not useful. They are only for specialist. Yes, they are useful for specialists. They prevent you from reading the map or they don't. The map is too crowded by all these numbers. - I like color. It's lively. It's clear. I have a quick overall reading of relief; I can see valleys well. - The map shows the distance you can cover by bike : 25 by 30 kms. - I am fond of vivid colors.
  22. 22. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 22C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Relevant items 1:25 000 1:50 000 1:25 000 1:50 000 1:100 000 1:25 0001:25 000 1:50 000 scale used herringbone pattern contour line relief slope contour linedifference in altitude slope gradient landmarkroad circuit forest town signposted footpath path vegetation self-orientation trackroad lane path signposted footpath track track path facility used stroll ride marked path marked pathmarked pathitineraryactivity recreational trekkingroad cyclingcross-country biking walking Sub-corpus Topics
  23. 23. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 23C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Outline trekker survey relevant items criticisms & expectations transcription written corpus lexicometry patterns maps survey analysis cartographic proposals
  24. 24. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 24C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau  Use of morpho-syntactic patterns to identify criticisms and expectations: – opinion: I think that – preference: I prefer – wish: I would like – criticism: <to be> too much – assessment: I like, <NOUN> <to miss> User criticisms and expectations
  25. 25. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 25C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau  for example : a preference User criticisms and expectations with Unitex : http://www-igm.univ-mlv.fr/~unitex/
  26. 26. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 26C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau  337 cases : - If contour lines are dim, you can't see them very well. - If you highlight them, it’s going to be heavy. Graticule and Lambert coordinates are not useful. They are only for specialist. Yes, they are useful for specialists. They prevent you from reading the map or they don't. The map is too crowded by all these numbers. - I like color. It's lively. It's clear. I have a quick overall reading of relief; I can see valleys well. - The map shows the distance you can cover by bike : 25 by 30 kms. - I am fond of vivid colors. User criticisms and expectations
  27. 27. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 27C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau  337 cases : - If contour lines are dim, you can't see them very well. - If you highlight them, it’s going to be heavy. Graticule and Lambert coordinates are not useful. They are only for specialist. Yes, they are useful for specialists. They prevent you from reading the map or they don't. The map is too crowded by all these numbers. - I like color. It's lively. It's clear. I have a quick overall reading of relief; I can see valleys well. - The map shows the distance you can cover by bike : 25 by 30 kms. - I am fond of vivid colors. User criticisms and expectations
  28. 28. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 28C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Written corpus  Transcription of interview = 1 written (sub-)corpus: - If contour lines are dim, you can't see them very well. - If you highlight them, it’s going to be heavy. Graticule and Lambert coordinates are not useful. They are only for specialist. Yes, they are useful for specialists. They prevent you from reading the map or they don't. The map is too crowded by all these numbers. - I like color. It's lively. It's clear. I have a quick overall reading of relief; I can see valleys well. - The map shows the distance you can cover by bike : 25 by 30 kms. - I am fond of vivid colors.
  29. 29. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 29C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau  Transcription of interview = 1 written (sub-)corpus: - If contour lines are dim, you can't see them very well. - If you highlight them, it’s going to be heavy. Graticule and Lambert coordinates are not useful. They are only for specialist. Yes, they are useful for specialists. They prevent you from reading the map or they don't. The map is too crowded by all these numbers. - I like color. It's lively. It's clear. I have a quick overall reading of relief; I can see valleys well. - The map shows the distance you can cover by bike : 25 by 30 kms. - I am fond of vivid colors. Written corpus
  30. 30. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 30C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau  Transcription of interview = 1 written (sub-)corpus: - If contour lines are dim, you can't see them very well. - If you highlight them, it’s going to be heavy. Graticule and Lambert coordinates are not useful. They are only for specialist. Yes, they are useful for specialists. They prevent you from reading the map or they don't. The map is too crowded by all these numbers. - I like color. It's lively. It's clear. I have a quick overall reading of relief; I can see valleys well. - The map shows the distance you can cover by bike : 25 by 30 kms. - I am fond of vivid colors. Written corpus
  31. 31. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 31C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau User criticisms and expectations walking cross-country biking road cycling recreational trekking 1:25 000 scale 1:50 000 scale 1:100 000 scale 1:25 000 scale on-demand map much information tourist information relief information distance information number of vehicles on the road tourist information relief information distance information level of difficulty simple map well spaced out map simple legend technical vocabu- lary bright colours contrasting colours conventional colours contrasting colours dense map scale 1:50 000 hard-to-read legend 1:50 000 map too dense legend complicated map confusing map Lambert graticule Lambert graticule Lambert graticule local boundaries Lambert graticule not enough contras- ting colours irrelevant information pastel colour too similar icons
  32. 32. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 32C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Outline trekker survey relevant items criticisms & expectations transcription written corpus lexicometry patterns maps survey analysis cartographic proposals
  33. 33. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 33C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Initial map
  34. 34. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 34C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Road graphical representation  Removing the administrative classification  Preservation of road relevance information
  35. 35. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 35C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau  Association with landmarks  Including roads in the background layer Road graphical representation
  36. 36. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 36C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Road graphical representation  Road accessibility for cyclists – Footpaths, tracks… not accessible – Highways forbidden
  37. 37. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 37C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Road graphical representation  Road accessibility for cyclists – Footpaths, tracks… not accessible – Highways forbidden  Discontinuity of road network ➙ Dashed symbolization
  38. 38. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 38C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Road graphical representation Inaccessible roads
  39. 39. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 39C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trail graphical representation 1:25 000 1:50 000 1:25 000 1:50 000 1:100 000 1:25 0001:25 000 1:50 000 scale used herringbone pattern contour line relief slope contour linedifference in altitude slope gradient landmarkroad circuit forest town signposted footpath path vegetation self-orientation trackroad lane path signposted footpath track track path facility used stroll ride marked path marked pathmarked pathitineraryactivity recreational trekkingroad cyclingcross-country biking walking Sub-corpus Topics
  40. 40. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 40C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trail graphical representation 1:25 000 1:50 000 1:25 000 1:50 000 1:100 000 1:25 0001:25 000 1:50 000 scale used herringbone pattern contour line relief slope contour linedifference in altitude slope gradient landmarkroad circuit forest town signposted footpath path vegetation self-orientation trackroad lane path signposted footpath track track path facility used stroll ride marked path marked pathmarked pathitineraryactivity recreational trekkingroad cyclingcross-country biking walking Sub-corpus Topics
  41. 41. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 41C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trail graphical representation  For pedestrian trekkers – Need of self orientation information and facility highlighting
  42. 42. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 42C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trail graphical representation  For pedestrian trekkers – Need of self orientation information and facility highlighting Source : French Trekking Federation Terrain Symbols
  43. 43. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 43C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trail graphical representation  For pedestrian trekkers – Need of self orientation information and facility highlighting Source : French Trekking Federation Our Legend SuggestionTerrain Symbols
  44. 44. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 44C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Pedestrian trekker map Pedestrian trails
  45. 45. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 45C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trail graphical representation 1:25 000 1:50 000 1:25 000 1:50 000 1:100 000 1:25 0001:25 000 1:50 000 scale used herringbone pattern contour line relief slope contour linedifference in altitude slope gradient landmarkroad circuit forest town signposted footpath path vegetation self-orientation trackroad lane path signposted footpath track track path facility used stroll ride marked path marked pathmarked pathitineraryactivity recreational trekkingroad cyclingcross-country biking walking Sub-corpus Topics
  46. 46. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 46C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trail graphical representation 1:25 000 1:50 000 1:25 000 1:50 000 1:100 000 1:25 0001:25 000 1:50 000 scale used herringbone pattern contour line relief slope contour linedifference in altitude slope gradient landmarkroad circuit forest town signposted footpath path vegetation self-orientation trackroad lane path signposted footpath track track path facility used stroll ride marked path marked pathmarked pathitineraryactivity recreational trekkingroad cyclingcross-country biking walking Sub-corpus Topics
  47. 47. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 47C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Road cyclist map Cyclist trails
  48. 48. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 48C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Road cyclist map Cyclist trails
  49. 49. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 49C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trail graphical representation  For cross-country bikers – Need of difficulty level information – Using the skimap color schema
  50. 50. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 50C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Cross-country biker map Cross-Country trails Pedestrian trails
  51. 51. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 51C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Trail highlighting Cross-country biker and pedestrian trails Road cyclist trails
  52. 52. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 52C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau walking cross-country biking road cycling recreational trekking 1:25 000 scale 1:50 000 scale 1:100 000 scale 1:25 000 scale on-demand map much information tourist information relief information distance information number of vehicles on the road tourist information relief information distance information level of difficulty simple map well spaced out map simple legend technical vocabu- lary bright colours contrasting colours conventional colours contrasting colours dense map scale 1:50 000 hard-to-read legend 1:50 000 map too dense legend complicated map confusing map Lambert graticule Lambert graticule Lambert graticule local boundaries Lambert graticule not enough contras- ting colours irrelevant information pastel colour too similar icons Points of interest
  53. 53. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 53C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Points of interest walking cross-country biking road cycling recreational trekking 1:25 000 scale 1:50 000 scale 1:100 000 scale 1:25 000 scale on-demand map much information tourist information relief information distance information number of vehicles on the road tourist information relief information distance information level of difficulty simple map well spaced out map simple legend technical vocabu- lary bright colours contrasting colours conventional colours contrasting colours dense map scale 1:50 000 hard-to-read legend 1:50 000 map too dense legend complicated map confusing map Lambert graticule Lambert graticule Lambert graticule local boundaries Lambert graticule not enough contras- ting colours irrelevant information pastel colour too similar icons
  54. 54. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 54C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Points of interest walking cross-country biking road cycling recreational trekking 1:25 000 scale 1:50 000 scale 1:100 000 scale 1:25 000 scale on-demand map much information tourist information relief information distance information number of vehicles on the road tourist information relief information distance information level of difficulty simple map well spaced out map simple legend technical vocabu- lary bright colours contrasting colours conventional colours contrasting colours dense map scale 1:50 000 hard-to-read legend 1:50 000 map too dense legend complicated map confusing map Lambert graticule Lambert graticule Lambert graticule local boundaries Lambert graticule not enough contras- ting colours irrelevant information pastel colour too similar icons
  55. 55. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 55C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Points of interest walking cross-country biking road cycling recreational trekking 1:25 000 scale 1:50 000 scale 1:100 000 scale 1:25 000 scale on-demand map much information tourist information relief information distance information number of vehicles on the road tourist information relief information distance information level of difficulty simple map well spaced out map simple legend technical vocabu- lary bright colours contrasting colours conventional colours contrasting colours dense map scale 1:50 000 hard-to-read legend 1:50 000 map too dense legend complicated map confusing map Lambert graticule Lambert graticule Lambert graticule local boundaries Lambert graticule not enough contras- ting colours irrelevant information pastel colour too similar icons
  56. 56. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 56C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Points of interest  Removing irrelevant information (golf courses, …)  Adding specific information (bike repairer’s…) Picnic Area Campsite Monument Bike Repairer Points of Interest
  57. 57. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 57C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Recreational trekker map Pedestrian trails Touristic information Adding touristic information for recreational trekkers
  58. 58. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 58C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Conclusion  Specific maps for trekkers: – Incompatible requests were prioritized – Relevant choices regarding the targeted audience  Trekkers' criticisms and expectations identified without any preconceived idea
  59. 59. Trekker survey Survey analysis (NLP tools) Cartographic proposals 25th ICC, Paris, FranceCartography for trekkers 59C.Dominguès, C.Hoarau Plans for future work  To test resulting maps by trekkers  To apply natural language processing methods to another targeted audience
  60. 60. 25th International Cartographic Conference, Paris, France On-demand cartography for trekkers Catherine Dominguès, Charlotte Hoarau For further information: catherine.domingues@ign.fr charlotte.hoarau@ign.fr http://recherche.ign.fr/labos/cogit Thank you for your attention

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