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so everyone data come but here's slides black the lecture talking you get distracted attention any of the bodies in share of technique of matter and I work about this 1st and get comfortable here of I want to thank Napster foundation for giving me this teacher and also the chance to attend foster and step of my basement in into the limelight some I don't know maps story for about most of the about 3 years mostly full time um I do better at all the number of components so also work on that as well and it's been really say see launch a and ghrelin now 3 years now about 3 letter were moving to the next plateau of technology so but also the quick
anecdote which is common non-match story in the sense that it's not a map story that you find that story it's a story about a map and on it I think it makes me think about our reliance on technology new or old and power always building on what others have done so this is 1 each wilderness 1997 this in Colorado and my 5th and final week of my geology field so amount out somewhere in what these values I got my Brunton there and some colored pencils and Topol mass and this guy walks up and says got GPS unit pretty cool His 1987 after all think think up to that knowledge but I he said where am I have so as I thought why doesn't that thing tell you where on in this valley and I got lost so I have had a paper map but he did know it was on it so I looked up my mapping is that you're right here in the bottom from you feel that area you have to go that way from default was really afternoon I know what I should do but I figured you can make it back I never heard of anyone disappearing in the wilderness feel terrible but the thinking about the years later you know I thought that I was so proud of myself I you know I I did my thing without GPS I had a compass Manitoba right there I was relying on you know thousands of years of of technology right the compass the ability to do serving these guys hold chains to the mountains and and made this amazing topo map that I could reference and complete my task for the day so I think that there's always a chance to reflect on how a building on what other people have done so if you know nothing of map
story I 1 simple way to think about the goal is making the play button work on your map and removing other superstore the superfluous mapped tools I or maybe it's the YouTube of maps with less fanatical comments with
so but this is the official large statement which I can read from a more complete description is that this is an effort to build a new dimension to the global data commons that empowers people to organize what they know about the world and any subject spatially or temporally rather than encyclopedia please the way Wikipedia does the so has his work of all registered users of mobile the story layers that's what we have also referred to as spatial-temporal data and combine 1 or more story layers and non-spatial narrative elements to create a master in the that so the focus is really and how the elements of the map change the speak times not panning and zooming in which at all interesting areas that are part of the story it
we launched superficially about open registration in 2013 but the project has been in development since 2000 11 in the fall when I started um I initially started on some peripheral aspects and then slowly became kind of the tackling guy on on all the different pieces and we
started this sex just resource on all I talked about building on what others have done and master is entirely built on open source with sweat equity for a number of folks here this conference on in this room as the 1 guy who Nectria definitely deserves all our credit for map story and I know together we pull our hair out together the uh and and have fun to and and and others on a dedicated users out here raise your hand are a few dedicated but were opening and prove that so why standing on the shoulders of giants made this whole thing possible and standing next to great people made it fun and technologically these components or are uh the sites built and have know which you may have heard about this week could as but we basically the spatial data kind of oral that is built on a Django an excellent web framework written in Python so we have about 150 4 gigabytes of application spatial data as of today in our post yes database and your server GWC are used to and serve up about 2 million tiles a day on like Max days to map clients built with OpenLayers and published tuition specified and URI xt and the whole thing is running on a single Amazon instance the so there's work to be done there but we had successes
and lower no entropy in scale there is an active community that's building the commons and maps trees often victim of its own success some of the stories are making that out of all about to our audiences and getting thousands of years which results in millions of map tiles because when you press the play button it's not just doing a single map production results in many many requests so if you visit and it's down remember map stories enough for profit and be patient for donate so some of these
storytellers in audience on just recently pieces of appear in box that few Business Insider washingtonpost definitely brought down the site and the Sunlight Foundation and some of story tellers uh they don't think in this room Jonathan Davis took a bunch of open data from conductor congressional districts and added data on parties that won elections uh and this change the perspective of red blue America this story up at by box washing post-cue in Business Insider Carl Phillips so I decided to maps municipal water changes over time uh he's a kind of a a fantastic spatial data detective and done of all types of interesting stuff uh this spawned a partnership with the Sunlight Foundation and it was just featured again this morning watching us which is 1 reason why method you like them but that's the Yemen's she it took an interest in bike lane mapping and and the spread of bike lanes stretches of a mass story about the spread by things important and the another example taking Open Government Data and dragging and dropping it into absolutely she got coverage and streets blog and the but mention some of the comments but noted that some of the bike map it's were wrong this brought up the need for a web mapping is a final statement to an invitation for peer review and collective improvement In the beginning then got it is in the room around has decided to map the evolution of his hometown Ames Iowa and spot on the local initiative known is also a master data sleuth and finds all types of interesting things about the so this 1st few
years was really a case of learning by doing on the initial closed testing period tease out a bunch of bugs and result in some fixes and some enhancements but the wider exposure world let us know there's a lot more that needs to be done sides just making the site not match under heavy load so the next plateau
or but addition to some technical changes like building off of the next version of due node juicer and so on openers 3 hour and contributing some of the models developed in the 1st phase back to those projects and we say we need the number 1 design designed as figure to make it really possible for less technical at but not less technical folks but who know the content to be involved it has to be delightful and easy to use we
unable versioned editing of story layer data this gets back to the that CNNs case where someone pointed out there was errors and it the site would allow someone to show up and correct those errors and then present them back to her as a request for change but the and he get up self fashion that would be a pretty amazing enhancements the volumes of public data out there and some of its outdated some of that has small errors that are easily reconcilable but we need all work together in responsible way to continue expand improve the underlying data sets if you want the the Wikipedia of Maps apartment mom mom near and you should have figured out how to pronounce and was wrote roadheader had a lie with maps he is a great quote on this matter like milk information as possible and is wise to check the date so we have build on geo gay and the work of element in the road projects and we're begin implementing support for spatial temporal editing interfaces guy trippy because you can imagine editing a static map it is 1 thing you click on the features change vertices may be added chain anatomy that a new 1 but if you have temporal data especially overlapping temporal data then you really have another dimension of editing and control that needs to be introduced now for accessible
styling existing interfaces kind of you can do anything you want create all these rules and hopefully you understand this kind of GIS C interface for styling your data we realize this was causing problems for 9 yes votes after reviewing number map stories and evaluating other axle user interfaces for styling it was decided to support about 15 recipes and that's the term on using for styling story letters stream out so the idea would be standard types of classifications raining values of core plus and I'm just type try to remove the number of decisions that that the user has to make that we won't be removing the advanced styling capabilities but more promoting the simple features to allow people to get the stuff out there and hopefully simplified experience and make it actually implementations of what the the the other
aspect is out of this story telling components so I mentioned the pieces of a map story our story layers and also no not necessarily and spatial annotations so you can annotate your map for instance if you had a map of the US history you could use a date that was important to you and create syntax or other somewhat rich media we support minor embeds we we made some efforts of supporting YouTube videos into maps but found that synchronizing the videos of playbacks quite difficult that on people try to make that workflow for authoring stories that span multiple temporal expect extends incorporate rich media and have more rapid playback capacity the i currently rendering is all done on the server side which is great for very large datasets because it reduces the burden on the client but for small datasets and you're stuck with a less reactive interface on the other aspect interesting is the multiple temporal extents and 1 of concept that I call x y z t frames which is the idea that you can completely remove the pan and zoom buttons from the equation and so if let's say you have a story that span multiple continents when needed to zoom into them at various times for instance whole world War 2 so you might put a pin in Hawaii and have the zoom for that time frame be much more to what then the next time frame what say moves over to Japan the map could zoom out n over Japan and and so on and so the idea would be that not only can you control the pan and zoom but you can also control the change in time playback for instance some some stories might have a very interval-based playback to begin with but then you might want to step into instantaneous type playback for events that don't fit into let's say a yearly basis
additional Goals beyond this plateau that where we are envisioning looking for collaborators to develop included remote data streams so right now when you put it into that story you must be uploaded and goes Americans ingested and maybe transforms and that's kind of a all manual process over envisioning a be fantastic to supports regular ingest June of remote resources so that way instead of you having to constantly create the user counsellee create shape file Dr. it up and then uploaded if you had a service that adhered to a standard potential even FTP site that on a regular basis you could put updates in there 4 dimensional story telling so let's promote for it sounds like allowing 3 D maps with time and the biggest challenge there's too many people know actually getting that data especially if it's historical it's probably lacking a 3rd dimension our mobile discovery editing just basically building out better support for devices it would be pretty cool he could make a story about a conference for example from your phone and projection enhancements of for a number of reasons but I don't recall them the that were basically stuck on when working on a masters and that works for most the world like it does with many of the other online mapping solutions but for people who have interests in an Arctic sea ice for instance there can host and the stories don't really work out well and I pity the Scandinavians to this the as much support as a problem there we then finally your idea there this is open source projects it said we how we would love to have contributions and even ideas or feedback so this a little bit
short thought I might talk more and but I didn't and so the sanction happy map storytelling ammunition error bound was um maps are exactly and rank it have a master I don't maintain any as social media presence other than get so we welcome to chat with me on take it there there is sh way and I would invite lives potentially to come up and talk and as will you get a question that if the there is the and was the have you ever used it for like storm reporting on you know after like a Turkey is something comes through just seeing how old progresses that's a good question yeah I think action that did 1 of the coolest masters of things to date which was that was Irene right so an animated storm tracks storm radius with wind direction as well as precept from a weather service of time enable W. mass so that's the other aspect of named mentioned is that there is the ability of reference remote time enabled services so yeah you can kind of minister the goal was to take your data and to make be a 1 layer look at animated some of the coolest matter have been on I think there was a a a census obesity map that someone threw together with Target and Wal-Mart Stores so if there's no this you don't even necessarily need to provide the day it's more finding ways to combine and come up with something interesting someone who started providing I mean like historical preset there for example that is actually at the time that was part of this work about how all where on and for years you long history of work in building of the of the of the cell classes the in half a year model so that we that here is that the more than half of the year in the life of the of the core has a history of of been in responses to disasters and so on we need to actually be able to edit and see things and see them happening from both past and and where they're happening in real time so were were not at right now and we really are eager to get their arms God forbid that we have another major disaster when we
launched this form of story was seen the arm and MF story will just 1 very on ends and eyes you do technically see we don't have the immediacy I would say like after a disaster and we haven't had a disaster to have immediacy of a response to test the tool get so that forbid that we have another media disaster we don't want that but that's also where you see a lot of the leaps in the testing happen on Eddie sorry I and the I was to be began about that some of your grade point there and I play this can you talk a little bit more about the the new features of GeoNode and how those are working in that story again with I the new features of gendered um a lot of it's really you bring up to speed the uh layout frameworks that were using the initial implementation of Genoa was built on some pretty old CSS and when we want to do maps redesign there's a number of issues and there was a lot of improvements in search the user groups and which allows me of group emissions so for instance if the number of people are collaborating on a project you could extend permissions to them and 1 of the 1 of the features that was added to story which is nice with permissions was um the idea that before your map story was ready you'd wanna keep it kind of hidden so people than stumble on and go hey that's wrong you know and but while you're working on it so it's kind of a of maps story of progress and so yeah you know master was a fun project on version 1 because it teased out a number of features that would have been really useful to have and and you know that are now there were other aspects research on June 2 now has a the CSW in it and but also provides better search facilities across all of the data on and the search actually scales
better some of the issues in the 1st version we ran 2 pretty quickly once a number of where started getting into the system it was difficult to search I and then I yes no there's other aspects of gender is a rapidly moving projects so we always have to keep moving for with that keep security updates um and so on but yeah thank you is great presentation in map stories don't understand it fully and then this curious it sounds like there's a test there with the search capability so of somebody's coming to map storing doesn't have a lot of data and idea junkie and they don't understand what kind of geospatial data there is can they create a map story is that you have data on the site that they whole him and then is is it also to get vaccinated also known as resource that people can bring around it uh it's both yes if you if you sign up as user you can create a map story from any existing public layers and potentially the problem that someone decides to delete that layer mass issues stuff to result but but typically people are really deleting stuff so but yes you can come in and some of the facilities when you go to create a map so this is the search is integrated in the map creation facility and it actually supports the trimming search results to the current spatial extent so for instance and there was a guy putting together some serious stories and so he didn't want search for stuff that's was around the world you want to search for Syria and the other aspect is you can trim search results to this temporal extent of your existing story so I found this great layer regarding this and I wanna find any other temporally overlapping temporally and spatially overlapping to combine with that so there's there are facilities for keywords abstract get searched and so there's a lot of time facilities to try get metadata on there on that actually brings you back to what what Eddie so that 1 of the 1 the issues that I think many people find is that people see agony of metadata facilities yeah 0 I don't like to use that I like to put him he metadata and so other things we did do is we we made it so you can actually make layers public until the metadata is complete I have noticed some people I think and smiling is you must be 1 of the people that just typed in ABC and all fields but but there is an attempt to try to make people you know go out relevant information tag data and so on so that's another aspect of Juneau to our actually is that metadata ingest supported so if you do have a psychotic small files with metadata that's better than that but generated stuff then you can you have some useful additional searches but yes so you can build out of existing data and you can provide your 1st of can you and your liking it is on can you just OGC's services on the World you have to actually like import them into the app before his and it so if the if the services are w a mass services they will be basically referenced there won't be ingested so as the map playback i is occurring basically were altering the time parameters to that remote service but we don't have any support for ingestion of w that's right now but that was 1 of the ideas of remote data ingestion although I think 1 of the features of to is harvesting but I don't believe it's actually so harvesting records is not actually polling data but allows for better search of the we and then the laws of blessing is best lot here in what's the social work or like is there like a Napster librarian his therapy of people who like to monitor all the thing and in here we have things that that's that's a good question no I mean that's 1 other reasons why at the project was built and you know just because of its focus on kind of a social our mapping experience and and that'll continue to improve agenda to there is no official moderator type of workflow there is the ability for um administrators to moderate comments or even they can actually moderate maps and so on but and that's kind of so far been up to the mastery foundation members or community folks the theory of facilities for flagging data my national concern we went public was that people were in a come show up in start digitizing weird animated things that were inappropriate but on thankfully that hasn't happened yet I think they're just a lot work maybe my fears were unfounded but but yeah I mean it's so you know that's data is always the challenges I you can upload the data and they can be completely involved but until someone calls you on it death my sis similar thing in the and the wide web that you can upload completely hocus-pocus website that no one's gonna stop you from doing it for OK what would you say that the I don't think the by the end the there's a posters and stickers up here in the economy someone's luggage later
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Titel MapStory: The next plateau
Serientitel FOSS4G 2014 Portland
Autor Schneider, Ian
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/31726
Herausgeber FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
Erscheinungsjahr 2014
Sprache Englisch
Produzent FOSS4G
Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
Produktionsjahr 2014
Produktionsort Portland, Oregon, United States of America

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract MapStory.org is a community-driven open educational resource that lets people share and peer review observations about how the world evolves over time and space. It's built on an open source geospatial stack (PostGIS, GeoServer, OpenLayers, GeoNode) and aims to empower both authoritative and public participation in data collection, peer review, and storytelling. We want to use this session to debut a "new plateau" for MapStory that includes an updated user interface with new features, namely integration of GeoGit Ôcrowdediting' of data and XYT frames for MapStories (what we call StoryBoxes).
Schlagwörter peer review
open data
space-time
storytelling

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