Hejsan och välkommen!
I am Daniel and attend the seminar Geographic Visualization in summer 2009 held by Martin Raubal. On this site I present assignments and project work that I create during the course.
- Lab One
- The first assignment is the web page you look at right now. What do you think?
- Lab Two
- The second task gives a little introduction to Adobe Flash. I've never done Flash before, so this is really simple for now.
- Lab Three
- The third lab is about animation.
- Lab Four
- Pre-processing census data - combining public domain tabular data into a shape file.
- Lab Five
- Mapping census time series data - this lab is all about preparations for the next lab, in which the static maps created in ArcGIS are used to build an animation.
- Lab Six
- Animating time series data in Flash for US Census data in Montana: Population density from 1900 to 2000.
- Lab Seven
- Scripting in Flash allows extremely flexible changes of virtually any property of objects - a simple example is added to last lab's animation during this lab.
- Lab Eight
- Google Earth KML and 3-D spatio-temporal data. The cool stuff.
I am a student in Geoinformatics with the Institute for Geoinformatics ifgi at the University of Münster. Please see my profile page for contact details or contact me directly via
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Interests and Links
I spend some time in Sweden, most of it during a student exchange in Uppsala. Take a look at my blog to read (mostly in German...) and see what I experienced there.
In my free time I like to play Basketball and Ultimate Frisbee. Come along for a game with the local club InDISCutabel. And of course I spend too much time in front of the computer, reading great blogs like Cartophilia or FlowingData, listening great podcasts like Twit and look at important stuff like Dilbert ... click on the image below for a good one!
I like to make maps, and I try to make good ones... for example with the help of ColorBrewer2.