The purpose of this project is to build and constantly add to an online viewer for the Lidar data from the Woodpecker Cave Archaeological Field School run by Dr. James Enloe of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Iowa. The goal of this project is to act as an example for Anthropology departments to use to openly share their site data.
Coordinated views enable interactive analysis of multivariate crime data for the state of Massachusetts.
Animated map illustrates the first positive flu test done by each facility. It runs through the flu season, each location lighting up as soon as it performs the first test.
The purpose of this project is to understand the relationship between lung cancer deaths, health factors and demographics.
The purpose of this project is to map the change in total precipitation in Iowa between 2012 and 2015
Both physical and intangible phenomenon such as people, commodities and information constantly move in the geographic space and create location-to-location networks (graphs) that are often referred to as spatial interactions. Flow maps are commonly used to visualize spatial interactions and facilitate the understanding of patterns of spatial flows and the corresponding spatial context.