02 December 2004

Cybermapping examines how “maps” are created and used in the new information era and economy to efficiently harness the exponential growth in available information. ..cybercartography may be a useful technology and method for filtering and making sense out of large volumes of information while helping enterprises visualize and understand their complex organizational structures and business processes. Speaker(s): Eddy, Brian, Carleton University, Geomatics Cartographic Research Centre
Taylor, Fraser Dr., Carleton University, Geomatics Cartographic Research Centre

memorymapping.com is derived from Memory Mapping, both a process and a project created in 2000/2001 and exhibited in April 2001 by artist Megan Hurst. Memory Mapping involved the participation of Megan's acquaintances, friends and family members - all of whom had lived in some common locations either at the same or differing times - and each of whom drew maps of each place they had lived from memory. : http://www.expandedfield.com/memorymapping/about.cfm

RW "draws engaging informative map graphics ".

Curious World Maps is the fastest, most versatile and cost- effective way to create quality maps and geographical animations. : http://www.curious-software.com/products/worldmaps/

Mapping Knowledge Domains Colloquium May 2003
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Visualization of keywords appearing in PNAS between 1982 and 2001. The top 10% of highly cited PNAS papers were analyzed to reveal keywords listed with high frequency or rapid initial appearance (burst). The size of the circle indicates the magnitude of the burst, and the colors indicate the year in which the word appeared most frequently. Interconnections reveal those words frequently listed in the same publication. http://www.pnas.org/content/vol101/suppl_1/index.shtml

(NAS Colloquium) Mapping Knowledge Domains (2004) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) can be read online at : http://www.nap.edu/books/0309092329/html/index.html

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