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EMR21: Lecture 11. Collaborative and participatory mapping Qualitative GIS Historical GIS and the spatial humanities Computer mapping at Harvard. http:// www.nytimes.com /2012/12/30/technology/big-data-is-great-but- dont -forget- intuition.html. producers  consumers.

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Emr21 lecture 11

EMR21: Lecture 11

Collaborative and participatory mapping

Qualitative GIS

Historical GIS and the spatial humanities

Computer mapping at Harvard

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http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/30/technology/big-data-is-great-but-dont-forget-intuition.html

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Producers consumers

producers  consumers

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Producers consumers producers consumers prosumers

producers  consumersproducers  consumersprosumers?

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Collaborative participatory how might we distinguish these practices

collaborative <> participatoryHow might we distinguish these practices?

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http://localwiki.org

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from the México Indigena Bowman Expedition


Collaborative and participatory mapping v g i

collaborative and participatory mapping V.G.I.

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volunteered geographic information1. why do people do this?2. what about data quality?3. what about the digital divide?

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Volunteered 1 why do people do this 2 what about data quality 3 what about the digital divide

‘volunteered’ ?1. why do people do this?2. what about data quality?3. what about the digital divide?

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http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/04/what-does-your-phone-know-about-you-more-than-you-think/237786/


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http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/04/what-does-your-phone-know-about-you-more-than-you-think/237786/


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As Pole’s computers crawled through the data, he was able to identify about 25 products that, when analyzed together, allowed him to assign each shopper a “pregnancy prediction” score. More important, he could also estimate her due date to within a small window, so Target could send coupons timed to very specific stages of her pregnancy.

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volunteered geographic information1. why do people do this?2. what about data quality?3. what about the digital divide?

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Vgi neogeography

VGI < > neogeography

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“In directly differentiating volunteered geographic information from neogeography - it is the difference between mere collection of data and input from individuals versus the personal interaction of individuals with spatial information in personal ways. VGI projects, like more traditional participatory GIS (PGIS), typically provide a mechanism for users to explicitly publish information into a larger repository - or for researchers to inspect and analyze collaborative projects. Neogeography, by contrast, considers foremost the individual's goals and tools for achieving and enhancing these goals through accessible interfaces.”Andrew Turner (in Wilson and Graham, 2013)

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How do we map stuff geotagged lat long easy locational limestone main sure

How do we map stuff?Geotagged (lat-long)  EASY.Locational (‘Limestone & Main’)  SURE.

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How do we map stuff geotagged lat long easy locational limestone main sure geonarrative uh oh

How do we map stuff?Geotagged (lat-long)  EASY.Locational (‘Limestone & Main’)  SURE.Geonarrative  UH OH.

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The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

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The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

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Le Cannibale Moderniste, Chagoya (1999)

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Le Cannibale Moderniste, Chagoya (1999)

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Map mashups for the incongruous qualitative gis

Map mashups for the incongruous? Qualitative GIS

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Graphs, Maps, Trees, by Franco Moretti (2005)


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http://www.tcd.ie/trinitylongroomhub/digital-atlas/maps/Bricolage%20map.php

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Map mashups for the incongruous qualitative gis historical gis

Map mashups for the incongruous? Qualitative GIS Historical GIS

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Claiming Space, from Queering the Map, Brown and Knopp 2008

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Claiming Space, from Queering the Map, Brown and Knopp 2008

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Robert Williams to Howard Fisher. April 1966. Interpolation Tests. Box 23

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Robert Williams to Howard Fisher. April 1966. Interpolation Tests. Box 23


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Robert Williams to Howard Fisher. April 1966. Interpolation Tests. Box 23

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Howard Fisher note on memo from Robert Williams. April 1966. Interpolation Tests. Box 23

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Howard Fisher to Robert Williams. 21 April 1966. Interpolation Tests. Box 23

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Howard Fisher

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Howard Fisher

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SYMAP

1970

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SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

1970

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  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

1970

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  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

1970

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  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

1970

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  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

1970

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Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

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Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

#digimap


Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

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Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

Freshmen Seminar in Problem Solving

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

#digimap


Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

Freshmen Seminar in Problem Solving

Donald Shepard, AB

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

#digimap


Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

Freshmen Seminar in Problem Solving

Donald Shepard, AB

Interpolation

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

#digimap


Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

Freshmen Seminar in Problem Solving

Donald Shepard, AB

Interpolation

Correspondence Courses

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

#digimap


Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

Freshmen Seminar in Problem Solving

Donald Shepard, AB

Interpolation

Correspondence Courses

Allan Schmidt

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

#digimap


Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

Freshmen Seminar in Problem Solving

Donald Shepard, AB

Interpolation

Correspondence Courses

Allan Schmidt

William Warntz

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

#digimap


Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

Freshmen Seminar in Problem Solving

Donald Shepard, AB

Interpolation

Correspondence Courses

Allan Schmidt

William Warntz

Laboratory for Computer Graphics and Spatial Analysis

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

#digimap


Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

Freshmen Seminar in Problem Solving

Donald Shepard, AB

Interpolation

Correspondence Courses

Allan Schmidt

William Warntz

Laboratory for Computer Graphics and Spatial Analysis

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

  • Bill Warntz Resigns

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Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

Freshmen Seminar in Problem Solving

Donald Shepard, AB

Interpolation

Correspondence Courses

Allan Schmidt

William Warntz

Laboratory for Computer Graphics and Spatial Analysis

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

  • Bill Warntz Resigns

  • Arthur Pope Color Solid

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Emr21 lecture 11

  • Quantitative Geography

  • University of Washington

  • Edgar Horwood

  • Northwestern University

1964

SYMAP

Laboratory for Computer Graphics

Bob Weinberg, GSD Alumnus

Freshmen Seminar in Problem Solving

Donald Shepard, AB

Interpolation

Correspondence Courses

Allan Schmidt

William Warntz

Laboratory for Computer Graphics and Spatial Analysis

  • Jack Dangermond, MLA 1969

1970

  • E.S.R.I.

  • Bill Warntz Resigns

  • Arthur Pope Color Solid

  • Brian Berry

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He was not shy about challenging the sacred cows of traditional cartography, much to the discomfort of many who preferred tribal incantations to the systematic principles of map symbolism that Howard felt to be essential.From the Foreward of Mapping Information, 1982Brian BerrySchool of Urban and Public AffairsCarnegie-Mellon University

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