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Teaching New Cartography

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NACIS 2016 Presentation
Rich Donohue, New Maps Plus, University of Kentucky, Department of Geography
Andy Eschbacher, CARTO
New mapping tools and needs continue to converge, producing stunning ways of visualizing data and gaining insights. Both industry and the academy are eager to embrace these emerging trends. Yet the challenge remains how to provide sufficient education and training to a growing population of mappers, as well as how to keep these materials current and useful. This talk explores mapping education from two complementary perspectives. CartoDB stands at the forefront of integrating frontend tools like D3 and Leaflet with backend services supported by PostGIS, enabling a web-based solution to traditional desktop GIS processes. New Maps Plus (U of Kentucky Department of Geography) blends the skills required to harness the web platform with traditional cartographic education.

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Teaching New Cartography

  1. 1. Teaching new cartography Enabling spatial problem solving with open source tools Rich Donohue, NewMapsPlus Andy Eschbacher, CARTO
  2. 2. Modeling analytical thinking with CARTO Andy Eschbacher Map Scientist, CARTO @MrEPhysics
  3. 3. Research & Data team Stuart Mamata John Andy Andrew MichelleMehak
  4. 4. My first maps Studying the statistics of chaos on a toroid
  5. 5. Physics Teacher Arlington Public Schools, Virginia Radio Telescope, 2014
  6. 6. Education at Carto is going from how to do things in carto?
  7. 7. how to think through your problem with carto and other open source tools Education at Carto is going from how to do things in carto?
  8. 8. Demo time
  9. 9. Question: How many Californians would be affected (within 50 miles) by a significant earthquake?
  10. 10. 1. Find events which happen in California (intersects)Question: How many Californians would be affected (within 50 miles) by a significant earthquake?
  11. 11. 1. Find events which happen in California (intersects) 2. Filter out non-significant ones Question: How many Californians would be affected (within 50 miles) by a significant earthquake?
  12. 12. 1. Find events which happen in California (intersects) 2. Filter out non-significant ones 3. Find the total population within 50 miles (buffer + data observatory) Question: How many Californians would be affected (within 50 miles) by a significant earthquake?
  13. 13. 1. Find events which happen in California (intersects) 2. Filter out non-significant ones 3. Find the total population within 50 miles (buffer + data observatory) 4. Symbolize by population counts Question: How many Californians would be affected (within 50 miles) by a significant earthquake?
  14. 14. ● Question/hypothesis-based ● Modeling thinking to solve problems ● Guided instruction via UI ● Prerequisites link to more traditional skill-based pages Our new Map Academy (soon to be released)
  15. 15. Teaching New Technology Shifting GIS Education to the Web by Rich Donohue @rgdonohue
  16. 16. Cartography Cubed Diagram Source: Roth, 2013
  17. 17. Map by Lauren Winkler, 2016
  18. 18. Map by Anna Bard, 2016
  19. 19. Q: How can our intro course better shift our mapping practices to the web?
  20. 20. Every theoretical physicist who is any good knows six or seven different theoretical representations for exactly the same physics? - Richard Feynman (theoretical physicist)
  21. 21. You don't understand something unless you know seven different ways of explaining it. - Andy and Rich (paraphrased)
  22. 22. Rich Donohue, @rgdonohue Andy Eschbacher, @MrEPhysics thank you!

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