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QMRG Prize 2009

I am pleased to announce that the QMRG prize for the best dissertation in quantitative geography will again be awarded in 2009 and that nominations are now invited. As in previous years, the prize is for the best dissertation in *any* area of quantitative geography, which include the application of existing techniques or the development […]

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By: Matias Reis

The intent is to make a free trafic solution!<br/><br/>I think from my toughts, that some sort of free programing solution of how cars should interact in traffic should be built.<br/>As when to stop or go, or don’t crash.<br/><br/>The free solution is to make lines, and adapt the objects to Path constrain, and animate them, from here to there… Tricky but you can do it…

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By: David

Aimsun (www.aimsun.com) is a traffic simulation package that offers good integration capabilities, including a comprehensive SDK. Maybe it will be possible to combine it with CityScape, CyberCity 3D, Maya or 3DSMax.

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By: Smithee

In general we know how to model buildings, thats not too tricky – ours in the render are simply placement models for the street network. <br/><br/>The tricky part is modeling traffic simulation within a city model using software that is not at the $$$ level

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Introduction

As this is my first post, let me detail a little about me, and about this blog.I am currently studying for a PhD in Crowd Simulation in the Centre of Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London (UCL). I did an MSc in Vision, Imaging & Virtual …

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Geodemographics, Visualisation, and Social Networks in Applied Geography

This review begins by acknowledging the success of geodemographics as an important area of activity in applied geography. However, it then develops a critique of the conceptual and computational underpinnings of the approach, and argues that changes in data supply and online communication have rendered current practices obsolete. It presents elements of a new perspective, entailing: changes in the specification, estimation and testing of online geodemographic systems; adoption of consultative practices from online folksonomies; automated generation of pen portraits; and

Singleton, A.D., and Paul A. Longley. 2009. “Geodemographics, Visualisation, and Social Networks in Applied Geography.” Applied Geography 29 (3): 289–298. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeog.2008.10.006.

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SpatialKey

http://www.spatialkey.com/ looks a promising new GIS based start up built around geovisualisation. Of particular note are the heat map visualisation demos which link both time and place.

It appears to be built in the new Flex framework which I think w…

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Scapetoad

I have always struggled to find a nice easy way to create cartograms. That was until I found a relatively new tool called ScapeToad (http://chorogram.choros.ch/scapetoad/). Within minutes I had generated a very appealing cartogram of London at Output …

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