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GeoVista Studio
Entry ID: PSU_GEOG_GEOVISTA


Summary
Abstract: GeoVISTA Studio is an open software development environment designed for
geospatial data. Studio is a programming-free environment that allows users to
quickly build applications for geocomputation and geographic visualization.

Related URL
Link: DOWNLOAD SOFTWARE
Description: GeoVista Studio software download.


Link: VIEW RELATED INFORMATION
Description: Quickstart Guide to Geovista Studio.

ISO Topic Category
BOUNDARIES
ELEVATION


Quality
This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.


Use Constraints
Copyright 2000-2005 Pennsylvania State University, GeoVISTA Center and
Department of Geography.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free
Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License.


Keywords
GIS
Geographic Information Systems
Analysis
Geospatial Analysis
Geocomputation


Personnel
TYLER B. STEVENS
Role: SERF AUTHOR
Phone: 301-851-8113
Email: Tyler.B.Stevens at nasa.gov
Contact Address:
5700 Rivertech Court
City: Riverdale
Province or State: MD
Postal Code: 20737
Country: USA


MARK GAHEGAN
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Phone: (814) 865-3433
Fax: (814) 863-7943
Email: mark at geog.psu.edu
Contact Address:
302 Walker Building
The Pennsylvania State University
City: University Park
Province or State: PA
Postal Code: 16802
Country: USA


Publications/References
GeoVISTA Studio: A Codeless Visual Programming Environment For Geoscientific
Data Analysis and Visualization (PDF) Takatsuka, M. and Gahegan, M (2002)
"GeoVISTA Studio: A Codeless Visual Programming Environment For Geoscientific
Data Analysis and Visualization", The Journal of Computers & Geosciences, (in
print).

Takatsuka, M. and Gahegan, M. (2002)"Sharing Exploratory geospatial analysis
and Decision Making using GeoVISTA Studio: From a Desktop to the Web", the
Journal of Geographical Information and Decision Analysis JGIDA (accepted)

GeoVISTA Studio: A Geocomputational Workbench (PDF)
Gahegan, M. et al. (2000) "GeoVISTA Studio: A Geocomputational Workbench", The
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on GeoComputation, August.

Takatsuka, M. (2001) "An application of the Self-Organizing Map and interactive
3-D visualization to geospatial data", The Proceedings of the 6th International
Conference on GeoComputation, September.

Gahegan, M. and Takatsuka, M. and Dai, X. (2001) "An Exploration into the
Definition, Operationaliztion and Evaluation of Geographical Categories", The
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on GeoComputation, September.

Supporting visual integration and analysis of geospatially-referenced data
through web-deployable, cross--platform tools. (PDF)
MacEachren, A. M. et al., (2001) "Supporting visual integration and analysis of
geospatially-referenced data through web-deployable, cross--platform tools.",
The Proceedings of the Natioanl Conference for Digital Government Research, Los
Angeles, CA, May 21-23

Takatsuka, M. and Gahegan, M. N. (2001) "Exploratory geospatial analysis using
GeoVISTA Studio: From a Desktop to the Web", The Proceedings of the First
International Workshop on Web Geographical Information Systems (WGIS2001)

Takatsuka, M. (2002) "An Open Component-Oriented Visual Programming Environment
for Integrating Geospatial Data Analysis and Visualization Tools", Specialist
Meeting on Spatial Data Analysis Software Tools, Upham Hotel, Santa Barbara, CA
May 10-11, 2002
Extended Metadata Properties
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Creation and Review Dates
SERF Creation Date: 2005-06-07
SERF Last Revision Date: 2018-08-13



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