Student Portfolios from Spatial Modeling Class, Fall 2017
We had some great examples of portfolios made in our Spatial Modeling class! Austin B. –Â https://austinbingham.wordpress.com/ Jared B. –Â https://brantleyportfolio.wordpress.com/projects/ Byron C. –Â https://byronclayton.wordpress.com/ Shauna E. –Â https://shaunaewald.wordpress.com/ Joseph F. –Â https://josephfischer91.wordpress.com/ Joshua G. –Â https://joshgasser.wordpress.com/gis/ Haley H. — haleyhampstead.wordpress.com Â Ross H. –Â https://rhattel.wordpress.com/ Todd J. –Â http://jacobusgeospatial.s3-website-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ Jen M. –Â https://gisjen.wordpress.com
Web Mapping Projects from Fall 2017
In the fall of 2017, we introduced a web mapping class at MSU Denver. For a final project, each student had to create a webmap using the Leaflet.js library and include some specific types of interaction. Below are the projects that the students created. Check it out! Ally A. – Bus Routes Around Denver -Â …
Slides from RM/GP AAG: One Year Later: The Nepal Earthquake and the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Response
I presented some followup work on my research on OSM activity in Nepal at the Rocky Mountain-Great Plains American Association of Geographers Meeting in Colorado Springs, Colorado on October 22, 2016.
Slides: Data Quality and the Crowd: VGI for Mapping, Citizen Science, and Social Networking
I am pleased to have been invited by the Department of Geography at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma to give a talk. It was great to meet the faculty and students, and see a little of the campus and the town. And as for Oklahoma? Well, it’s OK.
Slides from Denver Geospatial Amateurs’ talk, August 11, 2015: The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team and the Earthquake in Nepal: Data Quality and the Crowd
Having moved to Denver almost exactly a year ago, I’ve really grown to love the GIS community here. It’s a group of bright, funny, innovative folks from all fields – academia, industry, the government, startups, oil, urban planning, and humanitarian aid. If you live near Denver, be sure to check out the monthly Geospatial Amateurs…
Building a Low-Cost Geographic Website For Collecting Citizen Science Contributions
Michael Scholz and I presented our paper “Building a Low-Cost Geographic Website for Collecting Citizen Science Contributions” at the Applied Geography Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on October 15, 2014. The paper will be published in Volume 1, Issue 3 of the Papers in Applied Geography journal. Abstract: In 2004, shortly after the introduction of Google…
Classifying Twitter Users with the Activity-Context Geography Model
I’ll be presenting a paper cowritten with my advisor, Dr. Yongmei Lu, at the International Conference on Location-Based Social Media in Athens, GA on March 13, 2015. The paper is titled “Classifying Twiter Users with the Activity-Context-Geography Model.” Below is the abstract: This paper reports on an examination of Twitter contributor data using the Activity-Context-Geography…