Using SPARQL to describe GIS methods in terms of the questions they answer

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GIS methods consist of computational and analytic tools applied to data in order to answer a specific question. For example, in which way is the social wellbeing of a city different from its surroundings? Or, in how far is the surrounding population affected by road construction? The first question may be answered e.g. by constructing a choropleth map, the… (More)

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