Visualizing Time, Space, and Place
Monday, March 23
- Network Visualization (best practices analyzed)
Wednesday, March 25
- Download Gephi
Friday, March 27
- Network visualization exercise (People and Places in the Payne/Froehlich Travel Journal)
- Gephi instructions here
Monday March 30
Finish up Gephi visualization
Read Johanna Drucker, “Interpreting Visualization, Visualizing Interpretation” in Grapheisis: Visual Forms of Knowledge Production (Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2014), pp. 64-137.
Wednesday, April 1
- Historical geospatial visualization best practices analyzed
- Geospatial assignment introduced (Mapping the River)
2. Sign in to ArcGIS Online – Step 1. Click on the button for signing in ‘Using your Bucknell University Account.’
Sign-in to Bucknell’s ArcGIS Online home page
1. Open ArcGIS Online. Open a web browser and go to Bucknell’s ArcGIS Online home page. Click the ‘sign in’ link in the upper right hand corner of the window.
Friday, April 3
- Spatialization techniques–Arc Map online
Monday, April 6
- Janine Glathar–ArcMap online
Wednesday, April 8
- Geospatial visualizations Arc Online–
- Questions to think about:
- What does mapping the travel route reveal about the journey?
- Why do Payne and Froehlich take the route that they do? What is it near? What areas does it go through?
- How far do they travel on average a day? What seems to affect the rate at which they travel?
- What does mapping their route tell us about their journey that we coudn’t tell from the written record?
- What are the story points we want to create for the travel journal?
Friday, April 10
Arc Map online