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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 ...

Pysal Access Compute Example

Posted by Alexander Michels on Thursday June 30, 2022

Author(s): Alexander Michels, Taylor Ziegler, Zimo Xiao, Mit Kotak

The IntroToCyberGIS-Computeipynb notebook walks through the basics of CyberGIS-Compute: running models focused on spatial accessibility and exploring the anatomy of a CyberGIS-Compute job We do this ...

Recent Advances in CyberGIS-Viz for Democratizing Access to Scalable Geovisualization

Posted by Jinwoo Park on Thursday March 17, 2022

Author(s): Su Yeon Han, Jinwoo Park, Chaeyeon Han, Furqan Baig, Chang Liu, and Shaowen Wang

Despite the proliferation of Web-based online data visualization tools in recent years, there has been a lack of JavaScript-based open-source tools supporting coordinated and multiple views (CMV) CMV ...

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 ...

Spatial Accessibility to ICU Beds and Ventilators in Illinois

Posted by Admin CyberGISX on Monday August 23, 2021

Author(s): Jeon-Young Kang, Alexander Michels, Fangzheng Lyu, Shaohua Wang, Nelson Agbodo, Vincent L. Freeman & Shaowen Wang

This aims to measure spatial access for people to hospitals in Illinois The spatial accessibiilty is measured by the use of an enhanced two-step floating catchment area (E2FCA) method (Luo & Qi, ...

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