Nick Bearman

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This paper compares different visual and sonic methods of representing uncertainty in spatial data. When handling large volumes of spatial data, users can be limited in the amount that can be displayed at once due to visual saturation (when no more data can be shown visually without obscuring existing data). Using sound in combination with visual methods(More)
We aimed to understand relationships of the weather as biometeorological and hospital admissions due to diseases of arteries and veins by subtypes, which have been scarcely studied, in a national setting in recent years. This is an ecological study. Ten percent of daily hospital admissions from the included hospitals (n = 1,618) across Germany that were(More)
We aimed to understand relationships of the weather as biometeorological and hospital admissions due to other forms of heart disease by subtypes, which have been paid less attention, in a national setting in recent years. This is an ecological study. Ten percent of daily hospital admissions of the included hospitals (n = 1618) across Germany that were(More)
This work evaluates the use of piano notes and bird calls to help represent distance to wind turbines in a landscape visualisation. Visualisations were shown to a variety of Geographic Information professionals (n = 45). Using sound and vision together was significantly more successful than vision alone (p < 0.001) and piano notes were generally more(More)
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