Using web-based technologies to better understand and present temporal variations in access to public services

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    Abstract

    This poster summarises ongoing research into methods of representing geographical data that improve user comprehension of findings from GIS-based analysis. This research focuses on how the latest developments in data analytical and visualisation techniques might be used to enhance user interpretation and understanding of the outputs of GIS-based analyses concerned with investigating access to services. Furthermore, by analysing both traditional and emerging data visualisation techniques, this work aims to highlight how the latest developments might be applied to support endusers when analysing their data. Future research will evaluate potential drivers for the wider adoption of such tools and investigate possible reasons for user apprehension and possible reluctance towards embracing these new approaches
    Original languageEnglish
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 5 Apr 2022
    EventGIS Research UK: 30TH ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE - Liverpool University , Liverpool, United Kingdom
    Duration: 5 Apr 20229 Apr 2022
    Conference number: 30
    http://liverpool.gisruk.org/conference-programme/

    Conference

    ConferenceGIS Research UK
    Abbreviated titleGISRUK
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    CityLiverpool
    Period5/04/229/04/22
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    Keywords

    • Web-based technologies;
    • open-source;
    • geo-spatial;
    • Web-Mapping API;
    • User-interpretation

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