Graphic designers at the University of Florida and The University of Miami have created an interactive computer-generated map of the South Atlantic Ocean, and they say it is a fitting visual metaphor for the human condition.
The graphic design students created the interactive map by combining information from hundreds of websites, as well as a digital map of Florida.
They say the maps can help students understand the complex interactions of social, economic, political and environmental factors.
“The goal of the project was to create an interactive map that could give students a sense of how they’re interacting with the environment, the people around them, and how much they value the environment,” said Tanya Hildebrandt, a senior project manager and graphic designer at the university.
She and her co-authors, James Johnson and Ryan Tannenbaum, also are the authors of a book titled “The Art of Data” and a recent research paper titled “A New Map of the Atlantic Ocean: The Geospatial Generation of a World Map.”
“The project was created to celebrate the diversity of cultures and to explore the unique connections between people,” Hildebrands said.
“It was not meant to create a map of one country.
This was not a one-size-fits-all map.
It was a map that showed the connections between countries and cities.”
The students and their collaborators say the map can help to inform decisions, particularly in health care.
It can also be used to inform political debates.
The interactive map also can be used for educational purposes.
“A map that shows the connections that exist between countries can be a powerful tool to draw attention to social inequalities,” Hildegard said.
She said the map will also serve as a tool for researchers to explore how geographic data can be analyzed in ways that are not currently possible.
“When people start using this data, they are going to look at the maps and say, ‘This looks familiar,'” she said.
For example, Hildebrecht said, “If you look at some of the data that we’ve gathered, it’s not necessarily that you see all the different types of people that are living in a particular city, or that you’re seeing a high concentration of people in a certain region.
It’s that you are seeing people in their neighborhoods.
We know from the social data that’s important.”
Hildebrandts and Johnson say the interactive maps can also help inform political conversations, especially when it comes to global warming.
“There is a lot of data that is being collected by our universities on what’s happening in the world and on the impacts of climate change,” Hilebrandt said.
“But we need to start thinking about the effects of that on the people living in different parts of the world.”
To create the map, the students enlisted the help of the UF and the University at Miami.
Johnson and Tannensbaum also were involved.
They have written a book on the project called “Data: Geospacial Generation of the World Map” and are working on a book about the history of visualizations in graphic design.
They plan to publish the book this summer.
“I wanted to create something that could really be a tool that would have a visual impact on a national level,” Hildabrandt added.
“To do something like this, we had to be able to bring together all these different things, but at the same time, be very transparent about what was being generated and what wasn’t.
We didn’t want to have all these separate data points coming in at once.
This is a really good example of how we can do this without having all of this information.
I think that is very powerful for a political tool.””
You don’t have to be a computer scientist to understand that the interactive data will have a powerful effect,” Johnson said.
But he and TANNENBAUMER, who is a computer science major, said they wanted to do the project without creating a political climate.
“Our goal was not to create political propaganda,” Johnson added.
“We wanted to understand what was happening in different cities and to see where people lived.
We wanted to be as open as possible.”
To that end, the interactive project is designed to be accessible to the general public.
“It will not have a political message,” Hillebrandt explained.
“Our goal is to show you a map, it will not be political.
We just wanted to show what was going on in the real world.”
The map was created using a computer program that produces maps of the entire world using a variety of computer graphics software.
It is the first time a map has been created in a computer-driven fashion.
It uses a database of 3-D satellite images to generate a map.
“A lot of the time when we use data, we use it as a way to create narratives,” Hiles said.Hilde
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