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  • .Spatial Data Analysis with China Geo-Explorer
  • Originally broadcast on February 1, 2016, this webinar recording will provide an introduction to China Geo-Explorer (CGE), which offers a web-based spatial data service that provides easy access to a rich collection of unique, authoritative, and comprehensive information from government statistics, population and economic censuses, and many other data sources with more than 6,500 variables and 7 million business records. Presented by Shuming Bao, this webinar will cover: -Who will benefit from the CGE? -What data are unique in CGE -How to query data in CGE -How to generate new data sets in CGE -How to export data to Excel file or GIS shape file from CGE -How to upload users’ data to CGE for online analysis and mapping -Project Demonstration: China Geo-Explorer

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjFGaHJQMdM

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  • .Introduction to Administrative Boundary Maps of China: 1949-2015
  • This webinar recording (originally broadcast March 14, 2016) introduces “Administrative Boundary Maps of China: 1949-2015” distributed by the University of Michigan China Data Center. In a collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the U-M China Data Center has recently released a new GIS data product: “Administrative Boundary Maps of China: 1949-2014”, which includes a series of administrative boundary maps at province, prefecture city and county levels from 1949 to 2015. The data is distributed in GIS shape files with both Chinese and English. It will provide an important reference for those scholars and students who are interested in China studies. This webinar recording gives a demonstration on this new product, explains the methodologies for the development of those administrative maps, and discusses possible limitations of the current map product.

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lj9qFio-gV4

    Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjc4MDIzNzY0OA==.html?f=49912457&o=0&spm=a2h1n.8251843.playList.5!4~5~A

  • .Read Time in Space: The Spatio-temporal Analysis with China and US Geo-Explorers
  • Spatio-temporal analysis offers powerful analytical approaches to explore the spatial dynamics of our social and natural environment. One of the key attributes for spatio-temporal analysis is available, consistent, and comparable time-data. This webinar will discuss how to find the time data embedded in space, how to make the data comparable over time and space, and how to build spatio-temporal data for spatial panel data analysis. It will demonstrate how to explore the changing structures and spatial patterns of population and business in the US and China with the China and US Geo-Explorers. Those data include government statistics, census data, and business data at different administrative and geographical scales.

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfNPyXkyC60&list=PLqC9lrhW1VvYR6CbSJuCVuTLYMgHwJXAP&index=8

    Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjc4MDI0MjgzMg==.html?f=49912457&o=0&spm=a2h1n.8251843.playList.5!2~5~A

  • .Spatial Study of Industry with China and US Data
  • Our world has experienced rapid shifts in the industrial structure within recent decades, including industrial composition and spatial distribution. Those changes will have significant impacts on global development and reshape the future global landscape, in terms of population, economy, politics, culture, and environment. This webinar recording (originally broadcast on March 8, 2017) will discuss available data for the spatial study of industry in the US and China. The data include government statistics, census data, business data and spatial data at different administrative and geographical levels. It will demonstrate how to identify those industrial structure changes in the US and China in terms of time and space. The future directions for the integration of government statistics, census data, business data, spatial data and big data as well as their applications will be discussed.

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ze50AWz-sUM&list=PLqC9lrhW1VvYR6CbSJuCVuTLYMgHwJXAP&index=7

    Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjc4Mzg0NTYzMg==.html?f=49912457&o=0&spm=a2h1n.8251843.playList.5!10~5~A

  • .An Introduction to the: China and US Map Library Online
  • This webinar recording (originally broadcast on January 19, 2017) introduces “China and US Map Library Online” distributed by the University of Michigan China Data Center. In a collaboration with the All China Marketing Research Inc. (ACMR), Applied Geographic Solutions Inc. (AGS), and InforGroup Inc, the UM China Data Center has recently released a new spatial data product: CHINA and US MAP LIBRARY, which provides more than ten million online statistical maps on population, economy, geography, environment, education, health, industries, and business of US and China at different administrative levels. Users can export the maps to PDF or JPG files or save the original data into Excel files. It will provide an important reference for those scholars and students who are interested in China and US studies.

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxHxQftFZXA&list=PLqC9lrhW1VvYR6CbSJuCVuTLYMgHwJXAP&index=6

    Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjc4MDE0MjQ4MA==.html?f=49912457&o=0&spm=a2h1n.8251843.playList.5!7~5~A

  • .Spatial Study of Health with China and US Data
  • This webinar recording from 11/21/16 discusses available data for the spatial study of health in the US and China. These data include government statistics, census data, business data and spatial data at different administrative and geographical levels. It will introduce some online tools for data access and analysis. The future directions for the integration of government statistics, census data, business data, spatial data and big data as well as their applications will also be discussed.

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UAgE8p6O2A&list=PLqC9lrhW1VvYR6CbSJuCVuTLYMgHwJXAP&index=5

    Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTgzMTExMDEwOA==.html?f=49912457&o=0&spm=a2h1n.8251843.playList.5!9~5~A

  • .Free Mapping Online for the US and China
  • This webinar recording (originally broadcast on September 19, 2016) will introduce “Free Mapping Online”, a new online map service distributed by the University of Michigan's Spatial Data Center and the China Data Center as a promotion for the spatial study of the US and China. This web-based spatial system offers tens of thousands of free live maps with data from US and China, including census data, business data, land use data, and nighttime data. This workshop will discuss the data sources, data access, and options for mapping and outputs. It will show how users can make maps online with their own data (in Excel file) by uploading the data to the server without any GIS tools and experience. It will also discuss future directions for data expansion and sharing.

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeTfdpVMYhE&list=PLqC9lrhW1VvYR6CbSJuCVuTLYMgHwJXAP&index=4

    Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjc4MDIzMzY0OA==.html?f=49912457&o=0&spm=a2h1n.8251843.playList.5!5~5~A

  • .An Introduction to the Economic Census Data of China
  • The economic census data of China provides rich and comprehensive information for economic sectors of China; however, most of those data are usually not accessible to scholars since those data are not available in official publications. In a collaboration with the All China Marketing Research Co. and the National Bureau of Statistics of China, the UM China Data Center has released a series of economic census data products and services, including 2001 business Census data, and 2004 and 2008 economic Census data. This webinar recording (originally broadcast on August 3, 2016) will give an introduction to some background of the economic census data of China, discuss the primary differences between the US economic census data and China economic census data, describe the methodology for building GIS-based census data products and the technology for integrating those economic census data from different years in a web based spatial system for easy access and analysis. It will also discuss some applications of those economic census data, possible limitations of those census data products, and the potential of future applications.

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCJ6dHIQBKg&list=PLqC9lrhW1VvYR6CbSJuCVuTLYMgHwJXAP&index=3

    Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjc4MDIzMDExNg==.html?f=49912457&o=0&spm=a2h1n.8251843.playList.5!6~5~A

  • .An Introduction to the Census Data of China
  • The census data of China, including the population and economic census data, provided rich and comprehensive information for China studies. However, most of those census data are usually not accessible to scholars since those data are not available in official publications. In a collaboration with the All China Marketing Research Co. and the National Bureau of Statistics of China, the UM China Data Center has released a series of census data products and services since 2002, including 2000 and 2010 census data products and China Geo-Explorer. This webinar recording (originally broadcast on May 16, 2016) will give an introduction to some background of the census data of China, the primary differences between the US census data and China census data, the methodology for building GIS-based census data products, and the technology for integrating those census data from different sources and years in a spatial system for easy access and analysis. It will also discuss some applications of those census data, possible limitations of those census data products, and their potentials in future applications.

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e16iEBNgVzo&list=PLqC9lrhW1VvYR6CbSJuCVuTLYMgHwJXAP&index=2

    Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjc3OTk1ODA1Mg==.html?f=49912457&o=0&spm=a2h1n.8251843.playList.5!8~5~A

  • .Orientation to the China Data Center at the University of Michigan
  • The China Data Center at the University of Michigan is an international Center designed to advance the study and understanding of China. A primary goal of the Center is the integration of historical, social and natural science data in a geographic information system, where spatial and temporal references are maintained through a relational database.

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpgzU62wIPo&list=PLqC9lrhW1VvYR6CbSJuCVuTLYMgHwJXAP&index=1

    Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjc4MDI0MDQ0OA==.html?f=49912457&o=0&spm=a2h1n.8251843.playList.5!3~5~A

  • .Survey Data Analysis with China and US Geo-Explorers
  • This presentation will discuss the following topics: 1. Exploring local amenity data (environmental data) with China Geo-Explorer 2. Integrating survey data with local amenity data for spatial analysis 3. Mapping survey data with Geo-Explorers 4. Comparative analysis with China and US Geo-Explorers 5. Future directions
  • .Spatial Study of Crime and Society with Census, Business and GIS data
  • This talk will be focused on the spatial study of crime and society by introducing spatial theory, methodology, technology, data and online tools for understanding the social dynamics of our ecosystem. It will discuss a general framework for spatial crime based on the ecological systems theory. It will introduce some newly developed spatial data explorers (Spatial Explorer of Crime, Spatial Explorer of Religion, China Geo-Explorer, and US Geo-Explorer), distributed by the University of Michigan China Data Center. It will demonstrate how space-time data of different formats and sources from Census, business, and Internet data can be integrated, visualized, analyzed and reported in a web based system for the spatial study of crime and society.
  • .Getting Old Before Getting Rich: Changes and Challenges in China
  • This talk will be focused on the spatial study of aging issues in China by introducing spatial theory, methodology, technology, data and online tools for understanding the aging issues in China. It will discuss a general framework for spatial China based on the ecological systems theory. It will discuss the changes and challenges China is facing with the rapidly declining population growth. An introduction will be given to spatial data explorers (China Geo-Explorer, and US Geo-Explorer) distributed by the University of Michigan China Data Center for aging studies. It will demonstrate how space-time data of different formats and sources from the government statistics, Census, Internet data and social media data can be integrated, visualized, analyzed and reported in a web based system for the spatial study of aging China.
  • .Understanding the Changing Religious Landscape of China
  • China has experienced significant changes in its socioeconomic and religious landscape within last 30 years. To understand the future development of China, it is important to understand its religious landscape changes in past and future, which has been a fundamental component 0f human development. This presentation demonstrates how the spatial explorer of religion can facilitate the spatial study of religion and society, especially for the following questions: How the religious landscape of China will look like in 20, 50 or 100 years? What impacts of religious structures on regional landscape? What impact of urbanization on religious landscape? Is there a crowding out effect between different religions? What impact of international investments and trade on religious landscape? What are the spatial patterns and trends of different religious denominations? How the religious development interacts with other socioeconomic development?
  • .New Development of Spatial Explorer of Religion
  • This presentation gives an update on the progress of the spatial religion project, including an online spatial information platform for spatial analysis of religion. It discussed the information structure, methodology, and technology and demonstrated how space-time data of different formats and sources can be integrated, visualized, and reported in a web based system for religious studies. It also presented several case studies for the spatial study of religion and society and discussed some future directions.
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