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CyberGISX notebooks include geospatial codes, workflows with comments, and visualizations providing a solid foundation for conducting computationally reproducible research and education.


38 notebook results
COVID-19 Webscraper

Posted by Xiang Chen on Thursday January 13, 2022

Author(s): Yunhe Cui, Xiang Chen

This notebook scrapes the list of COVID-19 vaccination clinics from NYC COVID-19 and Flu Vaccine Finder (https://vaccinefindernycgov/) You can also use it for other ...

COVID-19 Vaccine Geocoder

Posted by Xiang Chen on Thursday January 13, 2022

Author(s): Yunhe Cui, Xiang Chen

The notebook geocodes a list of COVID-19 vaccination clinics based on their addresses You can also geocode other address data (eg, grocery stores, banks) using the notebook The notebook uses the ...

NYC COVID-19 Vaccine Finder

Posted by Xiang Chen on Thursday January 13, 2022

Author(s): Yunhe Cui, Xiang Chen

Vaccination is the primary preventive measure to battle against the COVID-19 pandemic In New York City (NYC), reaching a vaccination clinic is highly reliant on public transit This notebook helps you ...

Food Access During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted by Xueting Jin on Friday December 17, 2021

Author(s): Daoqin Tong, Xueting Jin

This notebook provides the code for running a Segmented Linear Regression Model to examine visits to grocery stores in six large metropolitan statistical areas ...

Getting Started with Interactive Mapping and Data Visualization (2021 GIS Day Workshop)

Posted by Zhiyu Li on Tuesday November 16, 2021

Author(s): Zhiyu Li

This notebook will walk you through some basic techniques of conducting Interative Mapping and Data Visualization in the CyberGIS-Jupyter environment We will retrieve the latest COVID-19 data from ...

Stochastic-distribution-of-spatial-accessibility-to-ICU-beds

Posted by Jinwoo Park on Thursday November 11, 2021

Author(s): Jinwoo Park, Daniel Goldberg

The accessibility and availability of intensive care unit (ICU) beds are particularly critical in the context of COVID-19 because they are closely related to the fatality rate of the disease As the ...

Lessons (Not) Learned: Chicago Death Inequities during the 1918 Influenza and COVID-19 Pandemics

Posted by Matthew De on Friday November 5, 2021

Author(s): Ruby Mendenhall, Rebecca Vandewalle & Andrew Greenlee UIUC Jong Shin, Malina Yago & Diana Grigsby Brown University Lea Hill, Matthew De Venecia, Ava Meux & Nobel Scholars STEM IL Nobel Project

This notebook compares the outcomes of the 1918 Influenza pandemic with the outcomes of the current COVID-19 pandemic for Blacks in Chicago ...

A Vector Approach to Drainage Network Analysis Based on LiDAR Data

Posted by Zhiyu Li on Thursday September 16, 2021

Author(s): Fangzheng Lyu

Drainage network analysis is fundamental to understanding the characteristics of surface hydrology Based on elevation data, drainage network analysis is often used to extract key hydrological ...

A Map Visualization Example using PyViz Tools in CyberGIS-Jupyter for water

Posted by Zhiyu Li on Friday September 3, 2021

This notebook is an example of a interactive map visualization which is the high level visualization using PyViz tools as post-processing of environmental modeling For this example, we used following ...