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Knowing and governing cities through urban indicators, city benchmarking and real-time dashboards
Since the mid-1990s a plethora of indicator projects have been developed and adopted by cities seeking to measure and monitor various aspects of urban systems. These have been accompanied by cityExpand
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The Gay and Lesbian Atlas
  • Tracey P. Lauriault
  • Geography, Computer Science
  • Cartogr. Int. J. Geogr. Inf. Geovisualization
  • 1 September 2005
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Towards Critical Data Studies: Charting and Unpacking Data Assemblages and Their Work
The growth of big data and the development of digital data infrastructures raises numerous questions about the nature of data, how they are being produced, organized, analyzed and employed, and howExpand
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Small data in the era of big data
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We examine the logic and value of small data studies, their relationship to emerging big data and data science, and the implications of scaling small data into data infrastructures, with a focus on spatial data examples. Expand
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Crowdsourcing: A Geographic Approach to Public Engagement
In this paper we examine three geographic crowdsourcing models, namely: volunteered geographic information (VGI), citizen science (CS) and participatory mapping (PM) (Goodchild, 2007; AudubonExpand
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Today's Data are Part of Tomorrow's Research: Archival Issues in the Sciences
Scientific data are essential for training in science and informed decision-making regarding health, the environment, and the economy. Cumulative data sets assist with understanding trends,Expand
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Urban indicators and dashboards: epistemology, contradictions and power/knowledge
The three commentaries to our paper provide some interesting complementarities to our arguments and we would like to thank the authors for taking the time to read and comment on our work. AlthoughExpand
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GPS Tracings – Personal Cartographies
Abstract Jeremy Wood, places, code and GPS are the protagonists in his personal cartographies. He plots the journeys, bicycles, boats, planes and his two feet provide him mobility, and geography isExpand
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Scented Cybercartography: Exploring Possibilities
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Olfactory cartography is part of the emerging discipline of cybercartography, a transdisciplinary endeavour that investigates, among other things, the integration of multimedia, multi-sensory, and multimodal data into digital atlases and maps. Expand
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Small Data, Data Infrastructures and Big Data
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This paper examines the logic and value of small data studies, their relationship to emerging big data and data science, and the implications of scaling small data into data infrastructures, with a focus on spatial data examples. Expand
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