GGR376H1: Geovisualization


Visualizing geographic information forms an important step in aiding visual thinking, generating hypotheses, and communicating findings relating to places. Geovisualization not only involves the display of spatial data through static maps, but also the process of creating 3D, dynamic, or interactive visualizations for data exploration, insights, and analysis. This course will introduce the foundations and capabilities of geovisualization for scientific communication, and students will learn techniques and tools to develop and critically appraise a range of geovisual outputs.

8.0 credits including GGR272H1/ GGR274H1
GGR386H1 (Special Topic: Geovisualization), offered in Fall 2022
The Physical and Mathematical Universes (5)
University-Based Experience