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Geobrainstorming

  1. 1. Geo brainstorming session
  2. 2. Geo 101
  3. 3. Points Geo 101
  4. 4. Points Geo 101
  5. 5. Points Geo 101
  6. 6. Lines Geo 101
  7. 7. Polygons Geo 101
  8. 8. Polygons Geo 101
  9. 9. Polygons Geo 101
  10. 10. Polygons Geo 101
  11. 11. Polygons Geo 101
  12. 12. Polygons Geo 101
  13. 13. Crimes against cartography (and how to avoid them)
  14. 14. Don’t use the default Crimes against cartography (and Google Maps marker how to avoid them)
  15. 15. Use well designed and Crimes against cartography (and functional markers how to avoid them)
  16. 16. The ‘dots on maps’ Crimes against cartography (and syndrome how to avoid them)
  17. 17. Cluster your icons... Crimes against cartography (and how to avoid them)
  18. 18. Cluster your icons... Crimes against cartography (and how to avoid them)
  19. 19. Consider density maps Crimes against cartography (and (aka heatmaps) how to avoid them)
  20. 20. Google Maps - does it Crimes against cartography (and match your branding? how to avoid them)
  21. 21. Cloudmade - custom Crimes against cartography (and map styles how to avoid them)
  22. 22. Cloudmade - custom Crimes against cartography (and map styles how to avoid them)
  23. 23. Cloudmade - custom Crimes against cartography (and map styles how to avoid them)
  24. 24. Cloudmade - custom Crimes against cartography (and map styles how to avoid them)
  25. 25. Cloudmade - custom Crimes against cartography (and map styles how to avoid them)
  26. 26. Cloudmade - custom Crimes against cartography (and map styles how to avoid them)
  27. 27. Host your own map Crimes against cartography (and service how to avoid them)
  28. 28. Host your own map Crimes against cartography (and service how to avoid them)
  29. 29. Host your own map Crimes against cartography (and service how to avoid them)
  30. 30. Place vs Space
  31. 31. Nearer things are more alike than further things Proximity Geo 101
  32. 32. Nearer things are more alike than further things Hi Proximity Geo 101
  33. 33. Nearer things are more alike than further things Hi Hi Proximity Geo 101
  34. 34. Proximity Geo 101
  35. 35. Proximity Geo 101
  36. 36. Nearer things are more alike than further things Hi Hi Proximity Geo 101
  37. 37. Nearer things are more alike than further things Except when they’re not. Hi Hi Proximity Geo 101
  38. 38. Geometric Space vs Lived Space Space vs Place Space and Place
  39. 39. Geometric Space vs Lived Space Space vs Place Space and Place
  40. 40. Geometric Space vs Lived Space Space vs Place Space and Place
  41. 41. Geometric Space vs Lived Space Space vs Place Space and Place
  42. 42. Geometric Space vs Lived Space Space vs Place Space and Place
  43. 43. Space vs Place Space and Place
  44. 44. Indices of Place-ness Space vs Place Space and Place
  45. 45. Indices of Place-ness •Housing (prices, types) Space vs Place Space and Place
  46. 46. Indices of Place-ness •Housing (prices, types) •Land Use (agricultural, industrial etc) Space vs Place Space and Place
  47. 47. Indices of Place-ness •Housing (prices, types) •Land Use (agricultural, industrial etc) •Crime (levels, type) Space vs Place Space and Place
  48. 48. Indices of Place-ness •Housing (prices, types) •Land Use (agricultural, industrial etc) •Crime (levels, type) •Access to facilities (banks, shops, hospitals, schools) Space vs Place Space and Place
  49. 49. Indices of Place-ness •Housing (prices, types) •Land Use (agricultural, industrial etc) •Crime (levels, type) •Access to facilities (banks, shops, hospitals, schools) •Perceptions of place (rural, urban, suburban) Space vs Place Space and Place
  50. 50. Indices of Place-ness •Housing (prices, types) •Land Use (agricultural, industrial etc) •Crime (levels, type) •Access to facilities (banks, shops, hospitals, schools) •Perceptions of place (rural, urban, suburban) •Many, many others Space vs Place Space and Place
  51. 51. Applying location to Space and Place concepts/ideas
  52. 52. I’m going to open a Spanish restaurant Applying location to Space and Place concepts/ideas
  53. 53. I’m going to open I’m going to open a Spanish a Japanese restaurant restaurant Applying location to Space and Place concepts/ideas
  54. 54. I’m going to open I’m going to open a Spanish a Japanese restaurant restaurant Applying location to Space and Place concepts/ideas
  55. 55. I’m going to open I’m going to open a Spanish a Japanese restaurant restaurant Applying location to Space and Place concepts/ideas
  56. 56. I’m going to open I’m going to open a Spanish a Japanese restaurant restaurant Applying location to Space and Place concepts/ideas
  57. 57. I’m going to open I’m going to open a Spanish a Japanese restaurant restaurant Applying location to Space and Place concepts/ideas
  58. 58. I’m going to open I’m going to open a Spanish a Japanese restaurant restaurant Applying location to Space and Place concepts/ideas
  59. 59. I’m going to open I’m going to open a Spanish a Japanese restaurant restaurant Applying location to Space and Place concepts/ideas
  60. 60. Summary • Many ways to represent and display geometric space - points, lines, polygons • Representational issues (crimes against cartography) • Place vs Space. Issues surrounding geo-relevance based on geometric space vs lived space.

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