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Calculating Accessibility to Ventilators in Illinois with CyberGIS-Compute

Posted by Alexander Michels on Tuesday July 19, 2022

Author(s): Alexander Michels, Zimo Xiao, Anand Padmanabhan, Zhiyu Li, Shaowen Wang, Mit Kotak and Taylor Ziegler

This notebook briefly walks through calculating spatial accessibility to hospital ventilators in across the state of Illinois using CyberGIS-Compute It calculates travel-time catchments using ...

Food Access During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted by Daoqin Tong on Monday October 4, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected daily activities and travel behavior worldwide Among others, unemployment rates have pushed millions of families into food insecurity, and the social ...

Developing a Disability Vulnerability Dashboard

Posted by Jayajit Chakraborty on Thursday August 19, 2021

Authors: Jayajit Chakraborty and Katalina Salas, Socio-Environmental and Geospatial Analysis (SEGA) Lab, University of Texas at El Paso Available at: https://tinyurlcom/SEGALabDVD People with ...

Building Effective Regions for COVID-19 Policy Administration (Or: How Our States Got Their Shapes)

Posted by Clio Andris on Monday August 2, 2021

This work is conducted with Caglar Koylu (University of Iowa) and Mason A Porter (UCLA) Forward We do many things at the state level in the United States: We elect senators and governors, ...

Reflections on the Geospatial Fellowship program

Posted by Naomi Lazarus on Monday July 12, 2021

My experience working on the GSF project has been very rewarding and enjoyable I liked the flexibility of being able to focus my research based on my specific interests and expertise while keeping it ...

Story Map on COVID-19 Research

Posted by Naomi Lazarus on Monday July 12, 2021

I have designed a story map summarizing the key findings of my GSF project that is concerned with examining the relationships between coronavirus, age, and comorbidities The story map can be ...

Bottom-up approach to epidemic modeling and access to high-performance computing infrastructure

Posted by Xun Shi on Monday July 12, 2021

Epidemic modeling is to build models to represent, characterize, and simulate the spread of an infectious disease in some given population, and ultimately aims to understand and even predict such ...

Middlebury College Students Reproduce and Replicate COVID-19 Health Care Resource Accessibility Study

Posted by Joseph Holler on Monday February 8, 2021

The Geospatial Software Institute Fellows for Advancing COVID-19 Research & Education program combined with the CyberGISX cyber-computing platform provides a unique opportunity to coordinate open ...

Age and Morbidity Trends related to COVID-19

Posted by Naomi Lazarus on Thursday February 4, 2021

I am conducting a county-level assessment of COVID-19 in relation to age demographics and comorbidities of the exposed population  This blog post presents some preliminary results as part of the ...