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CM10 Visualizing Better Futures Chris Seeger

  1. 1. Community and Economic Development Visualizing
Transportation
Patterns:
 Using
Facilitated
Volunteered
Geographic
Information
 Christopher
J.
Seeger,
ASLA,
GISP











cjseeger@iastate.edu
 ISU
Extension
Specialist
in
Landscape
Architecture
Extension
 Associate
Professor
of

Landscape
Architecture

  2. 2. Volunteered
Geographic
Information
 “geospatial
data
that
are
voluntarily
created
by
citizens
who
are
 untrained
in
the
disciplines
of
geography,
cartography
or
 related
field”


(Michael
Goodchild,
2007)

  3. 3. Informed
design
may
not
 always
lead
to
success,

 but
uninformed
design
 guarantees
failure.

  4. 4.   Characterized
by
the
use
of
online
geospatial
interfaces
 (geospatial
survey)
that
allow
the
public
to
individually
or
 collaboratively
contribute
information
in
response
to
a
 predefined
set
of
criteria,
such
as
an
explicitly
defined
 question,
or
limited
to
an
established
geographic
extent.

   (C.
Seeger)
   More
useful
than
regular
VGI
in
research/outreach
   Can
be
targeted
to
a
focus
group
   Or
part
of
a
random
sample
survey

  5. 5. Community
Trail
Mapping

  6. 6. • Rapid
result
turn
around

 • Related
geospatial
data
 • Broad
input
categories
 • Larger
sample
size
 • Lost
touch
and
feel…


  7. 7. Community and Economic Development Christopher J. Seeger, ASLA Extension Landscape Architect & Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture cjseeger@iastate.edu

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