Click here to access the September-October 2017 list.
Click here to access the September-October 2017 list.
This closing includes the Langsam Library 4th floor space, which will close Wednesday, November 22 at 6pm and re-open Saturday, November 25 at 10am.
UC Libraries will be closed Friday, November 10 in observance of Veterans’ Day, except for the Health Sciences Library, which will be open 9am to 5pm. Normal hours will resume Saturday, November 11. This closing includes the Langsam Library 4th floor space, which will close Thursday, November 9 at 11pm and re-open Saturday, November 11 at 10am.
GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems and is a powerful technology for data analysis, visualization and interpretation to understand spatial patterns and trends.
Sponsored by A&S Department of Geography & GIS and UC Libraries –
You are invited to the 2017 GIS Day Celebration November 15, 2017
in the beautiful Nippert Stadium West Pavilion North Lounge.
The event is free and open to all.
“GIS in Local Governments – A Decision Making Framework”
– Raj Chundur (Cincinnati Area GIS Administrator)
12 – 1 pm Lunch
1 – 2 pm Academic talk
“Crowd-sourcing the Smart City: Big Geosocial Media Data, Ethics and
– Dr. Zook (University of Kentucky)
Raj Chundur is the CAGIS Administrator for the City of Cincinnati
Matthew Zook PhD is Professor of Economic Geography at University of Kentucky. His research focuses on how the geoweb is produced (particularly the practices surrounding user-generated data) in order to better understand where, when, and by whom geo-coded content is being created. He is a well published researcher and a contributor to the research blog FloatingSheep.
Questions? E-mail Amy Koshoffer, science informationist, at ASKGIS@UC.EDU for more information.
Flyer – GISDAY_2017_1
On Nov 4th, The Red Cross will hold a Missing Maps Mapathon at UC Libraries in 475 Langsam from 10 am to 2 pm. The information collected from a Mapathon helps the Red Cross identify the best locations to bring in emergency supplies, where to house emergency operations and what local resources they can collaborate with in emergency response efforts. In order to participate, you do not need extensive mapping experience. The maps are creating using the Open Street Map platform and you can learn quickly by watching a training video.
If you are interested to participate, please register here – https://goo.gl/forms/Ln4LdEKcFNc7CUTt2 and watch the training video.
Please contact Amy Koshoffer – ASKGIS@UC.EDU if you have questions about the event.
More information in the attached flyer. GIS_LC_20171011_MissingMapsFlyer
We offer a big congratulations to Patcha Huntra and Tim C. Keener
from the CEAS Department of Biomedical, Chemical and Environmental Engineering,
for their recent publication in ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information entitled
Evaluating the Impact of Meteorological Factors on Water Demand in the Las Vegas Valley Using Time-Series Analysis: 1990–2014.
Patcha visited the Data & GIS Collab for assistance getting the last piece needed for this article.
Together with the GIS support Students, Jenny Latessa (DAAP) and Shiyu Gong (Geography), they created a map of the study area.
We are happy to see the final published version is now available. Congratulations and we hope you visit the Data & GIS Collab again.
Name ambiguity is deceptively tricky. You may share your name with another researcher, like the 10 Steve Smiths on the Center for Science Education’s “List of Steves.” You may change your name due to marriage or other reasons. You may simply use a different version of your name in different contexts, like former Democratic presidential candidate Bernard “Bernie” Sanders.
Enter ORCID: Open Researcher and Contributor Identification. You can think of ORCID as a Social Security number for researchers: a permanent, unique identifier that you can associate with your work to resolve any uncertainty about authorship. Nearly 2 million academics have signed up for an ORCID, in total laying claim to over 12 million documents.
Why do I need an ORCID?
How do I get an ORCID?
You can register directly on the website http://orcid.org
Registering for an ORCID is free and takes around 30 seconds.
Upon registering, you can then access your ORCID account using your UC login. Visit the ORCID login page and click the Institutional Account button. Choose University of Cincinnati Main Campus. You will be prompted to link the two accounts.
UC Libraries and The Graduate School are pleased to host the Center for Open Science for a workshop on Increasing Openness and Reproducibility in Quantitative Research on October 25, 2017. The workshop will cover project documentation, version control, pre-analysis plans and the Open Science Framework. There will be two sessions of the workshop, one on East campus and one on the West campus. The event is free and open to all. To register, visit https://goo.gl/Hf5neh. Participants are asked to bring their own device for best workshop experience.
Questions? Please email Amy Koshoffer at ASKDATA@UC.EDU for more information.
Date: October 25, 2017
Time: 9am – 12pm
Location: East Campus – Troup Learning Space – MSB G005G
Time: 1:30pm – 4:30pm
Location: West Campus – 480 Langsam Library
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