Jan 8: Communicating Complexity by Dylan Halpern

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Join us for our January Healthy Regions and Policies (HeRoP) lab meeting. HeRoP is a lab integrating innovative GIScience, public health, and statistical approaches to explore, understand, and promote healthy regions and policies. We will be having meetings 1-2X a month on Fridays at 2p CST, with a Winter quarter calendar forthcoming! When permitting, record guest talks for those who can’t attend live

Communicating Complexity: Amplifying Geospatial Research with Webmapping and Interaction

HeRoP Lab Meeting on Jan 8, 2020 at 2pm CST via Zoom
by Dylan Halpern, Principal Software Engineer (University of Chicago, Covid Atlas)

Innovative geospatial research deserves equally innovative communication and cartography. By translating research projects into new and engaging formats beyond a PDF or presentation, different audiences can be exposed to exciting research methods and results. This talk reviews the research publication to interactive webmap/visualization pipeline used by data visualization specialists and researchers at MIT’s Senseable City Lab. Dylan Halpern, Principal Software Engineer at CSDS, presents several recent webmapping/data visualziation projects from initial research manuscript to final interactive map and website, and the design, research, and technologies that inform this process.


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