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Author: Andre Skupin,Sara Fabrikant
ISBN: 0470138645
Pages: 464 pages
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (April 24, 2009)
Language: English
Category: Earth Sciences
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e-Book Visualization: A Geographic Approach epub download

by Andre Skupin,Sara Fabrikant



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A Skupin, SI Fabrikant. Cartography and Geographic Information Science 30 (2), 99-119, 2003. A Çöltekin, B Heil, S Garlandini, SI Fabrikant. Cartography and Geographic Information Science 36 (1), 5-17, 2009. G Andrienko, N Andrienko, J Dykes, SI Fabrikant, M Wachowicz. Information Visualization 7 (3-4), 173-180, 2008.

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A cartographic approach to visualizing conference abstracts. Cognitively plausible information visualization. SI Fabrikant, A Skupin. Exploring geovisualization, 667-690, 2005. Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE 22 (1), 50-58, 2002. Self-organising maps: Applications in geographic information science. John Wiley & Sons, 2008. From metaphor to method: Cartographic perspectives on information visualization. IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization 2000.

Some cartographers are engaged in the interpretation and transformation of specific computational approaches in the light of cartographic tradition and informed by geographic information science (Skupin 2000, 2002a; Skupin and Buttenfield 1996). This principle played a role in the choice of multidimensional scaling for text visualization (Skupin and Buttenfield 1996), and it inspired ongoing efforts to uncover the cognitive underpinnings of spatialization (Fabrikant et al.

André Skupin, Sara Irina Fabrikant. Some cartographers have recently becom. More).

University of Zurich, Geographic Information Visualization & Analysis. Mapping the Census I: Visualization & Computation. Dr. André Skupin (SDSU), Prof. Sara Irina Fabrikant (UZH).

Andr Skupin and Sara Irina Fabrikant. Information visualization is potentially applicable to a large variety of data. The. 96. Cartography and Geographic Information Science. concept extraction (Chen et al.

André Skupin and Sara Irina Fabrikant. Some cartographers have recently become involved in attempts to extend geographic principles and cartographic techniques to the visualization of non-geographic information.

As cartography moves from use of purely globe or paper-based delivery to a animated, interactive, web-delivered computer graphics delivery-medium, there is a need for textbooks and courses that instruct how this change can be handled well.  Computer-based mapping systems like ArcGIS have to a large degree democratized cartography, while at the same time allowing anyone to make truly bad maps.  The existing cartography textbooks (Robinson, Dent, Slocum) fail to address fully the impact of this new paradigm, and do little to inspire students about what is now possible in visualizing information using a spatial metaphor.  This book by Skupin and Fabrikant addresses this shortfall by beginning with an introduction to classical cartography and thematic mapping, and then proceeding to the new field of visualization.  Fully covering the critical theory of cartography, the book presents fundamental concepts of human perception, cultural constructs, power and bias, semiotics and uncertainty, before presenting the techniques of visualizing information.