"Geovisual analysis of VGI for understanding people’s behaviour in relation to multi-faceted context" Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) in the form of actively and passively generated spatial content offers extensive potential for a wide range of applications. Realising this potential however requires methods which take account of the specific properties of such data, for example its heterogeneity, quality, subjectivity, spatial resolution and temporal relevance. The creation and production of such content through social media platforms is an expression of human behaviour, and as such influenced strongly by events and external context. In this project we will develop geovisual analysis methods which show how actors interact in LBSM, and how their interactions influence, and are influenced by, their physical and social environment and relations.
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Supporting Information: From sunrise to sunset - Exploring landscape preference through global reactions to ephemeral events captured in georeferenced social media This collection contains Supporting Information for the publication "From sunrise to sunset - Exploring landscape preference through global reactions to ephemeral events captured in georeferenced social media" (PLOS). Abstract: ...
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Supplementary materials for the publication "From sunrise to sunset: Exploring landscape preference through global reactions to ephemeral events captured in georeferenced social media" (Technische Universität Dresden, 2023)Events profoundly influence human-environment interactions. Through repetition, some events manifest and amplify collective behavioral traits, which significantly affects landscapes and their use, meaning, and value. ...