An Introduction to China Geo-Explorer:
Spatial Data Integration, Analysis and Applications for China Studies
China Data Center, University of Michigan
12:00PM-1:00PM, Monday, February 13, 2012
1636 School of Social Work Building
1080 S University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Within the last ten years, the UM China Data Center has made lots of efforts in the development and distribution of government statistics, Census data, and GIS data of China. Those information provide a rich source for the study of population, economy, social environment and their relative changes in China. It has been a challenge how to efficiently integrate those space-time data, provide methodology for different research targets, and promote their applications in different fields. This presentation will present some recent development of spatial intelligence technologies for spatial data integration, data analysis, as well as their applications for China studies. The presentation will introduce the newly developed spatial explorer (China Geo-Explorer) as a joint effort by the University of Michigan China Data Center and Wuhan University. It will demonstrate how space-time data of different formats and sources can be integrated, visualized, analyzed and reported in a web based system. Some applications in population and regional development, disaster assessment, environment and health, cultural and religious studies, and household surveys will be discussed for China and global studies.
Lunch and drink will be provided. Please contact email@example.com or (734)647-9610 if you need any further information.
1. The China Geo-Explorer can be accessed from the UM campus at http://chinadataonline.org/cge/.
2. For more information about China Geo-Explorer, please find an introduction to China Geo-Explorer (PPT) at http://chinadatacenter.org/Files/ProjectDemo/201202141630244459.pps or User's Guide (PDF) at http://chinadataonline.org/presentation/cge_UserGuide.pdf.
3. For more China Data Center news and events, please visit http://chinadatacenter.org.