A workflow learning model to improve geovisual analytics utility.

@article{Roth2009AWL,
  title={A workflow learning model to improve geovisual analytics utility.},
  author={Robert E. Roth and Alan M. MacEachren and Craig McCabe},
  journal={Proceedings of the ... International Cartographic conference = Actes de la ... Conference Cartographique Internationale. International Cartographic Conference},
  year={2009}
}
INTRODUCTION: This paper describes the design and implementation of the G-EX Portal Learn Module, a web-based, geocollaborative application for organizing and distributing digital learning artifacts. G-EX falls into the broader context of geovisual analytics, a new research area with the goal of supporting visually-mediated reasoning about large, multivariate, spatiotemporal information. Because this information is unprecedented in amount and complexity, GIScientists are tasked with the… CONTINUE READING
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