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Towards a European GIS literature database

Ian Masser

Towards a European GIS literature database

a preliminary investigation

by Ian Masser

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Published by EGIS Foundation in Utrecht .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementIan Masser, Fred Toppen.
ContributionsToppen, Fred., EGIS Foundation.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13965718M

The Atlas of European Novel, presents a unique and inspiring way of relating literature and geography. Through a series of simple, but information and idea-rich maps, Moretti describes the real and imagined places of individual novels and collections of novels. Interdisciplinary Summer School in Digital Methods, Lancaster, UK (17/7/14) “Using corpus data in Geographical Information Systems” Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (31/7/13) “Towards Spatial Humanities: Using GIS to map and analyse the geographies within texts.”.

Call a Librarian. Call () to speak to a reference librarian during most open hours of the Libraries. 1 Introduction. We propose a three-year project that will determine the ontology of geographic phenomena, both forms and processes, in a scientific context. To this end, we will select several domains of geography and the environmental and social sciences, domains that include a significant proportion of the geographic concepts used in science, and establish, within a single over-arching.

The GIS history views Roger Tomlinson as a pioneer of the concept, where the first iteration was designed to store, collate, and analyze data about land usage in Canada. The second phase of development in GIS history occurred throughout the s, and by the s the concept progressed as national agencies adopted it, and invested parties. Biological databases are stores of biological information. The journal Nucleic Acids Research regularly publishes special issues on biological databases and has a list of such databases. The issue has a list of about such databases and updates to previously described databases.


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