Urban Data Visualization Lab

 

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GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and visualization techniques allow us to organize, analyze, and communicate data. GIS Day is an opportunity to celebrate innovative projects that use these techniques, network with other users, and participate in hands-on applications of the technologies.

Agenda

9:15

Breakfast, light refreshements.

Presentations on the exciting applications of GIS and visualization such as mapping food deserts, applying spatial statistics to fossil localities, ArcGIS Online for local governments, and urban flooding

noon

Pizza lunch and lightning talks

1:30

Hands on demonstrations on using participatory agent-based modeling for planning and visualizing spatial narratives with Story Maps.

pdf flier for posting (approx 8.5 mb)

Click to download pdf of map to venue (less than 1 mb).

For more information, contact Allison Porton at porton2@uic.edu

Contact us at:
Urban Data Visualization Lab
412 S Peoria Street, Room B-15 M/C 350
Chicago, IL 60607
Email: udvl@uic.edu
Phone: 312-996-3860

Coordinates:
Latitude (WGS 84): 41° 52' 33.85" N
Longitude (WGS 84): 87° 38' 59.05" W


image of urban graphics, such as model of neighborhood, drawing, etc.