The geoviz toolkit: using component-oriented coordination methods for geographic visualization and analysis

@article{Hardisty2011TheGT,
  title={The geoviz toolkit: using component-oriented coordination methods for geographic visualization and analysis},
  author={Frank Hardisty and Anthony C. Robinson},
  journal={International journal of geographical information science : IJGIS},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={
          191-210
        }
}
In this paper we present the GeoViz Toolkit, an open-source, internet-delivered program for geographic visualization and analysis that features a diverse set of software components which can be flexibly combined by users who do not have programming expertise. The design and architecture of the GeoViz Toolkit allows us to address three key research challenges in geovisualization: allowing end users to create their own geovisualization and analysis component set on-the-fly, integrating… CONTINUE READING

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