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Robert Roth | Presentations

Getting a Handle on Open Source Web Mapping Technologies
paper read at WLIA 2013 | February 14th, 2013

Invited Presentations

  1. Roth RE. 2013. The New Cartography: The states of science and technology in Interactive Cartography and Geovisualization. Department of Energy Workshop on Advances in Geospatial Technologies. Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL: May 22.
  2. RE Roth. 2012. The science and practice of cartographic interaction. Chinese Academy of Sciences. Beijing, China: June 8.
  3. RE Roth. 2012. Geovisual analytics for spatial criminology. Beijing Normal University Department of Geography. Beijing, China: June 7.
  4. RE Roth. 2011. Useful and usable geovisualization for crime analysis. The Penn State Department of Geography Coffee Hour Colloquium Series. University Park, PA: March 18. [video]

Conference Presentations (No Proceedings Paper)

  1. Sack CS (presenter), RG Donohue, RE Roth, TR Wallace, and TMA Buckingham. 2013. Adapting web mapping curriculum to open source technologies. Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) North America. Minneapolis, MN: May 22.
  2. Roth RE, RG Donohue, CS Sack (presenter), TR Wallace, and TMA Buckingham. 2013. We mapping technology study update, or what you just learned now is obsolete. UW‒Madison Geospatial Alliance Summit. Madison, WI: April 25.
  3. RE Roth (presenter) and AM MacEachren. 2013. Design and use guidelines for interactive maps: A case study. The 108th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Los Angeles, CA: April 12.
  4. Roth RE, RG Donohue, CS Sack, TR Wallace, and TMA Buckingham. 2012. Getting a handle on open source web mapping technologies. Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA) 2013 Annual Conference. Lake Geneva, WI: February 14.
  5. Elmer ME and RE Roth. 2012 Symbol considerations for bivariate thematic maps. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2012. Madison, WI: October 19.
  6. Donohue RG, TR Wallace, CS Sack, RE Roth, and TMA Buckingham. 2012. Keeping pace with emerging web mapping technologies. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2012. Portland, OR: October 19.
  7. Bianchetti RA, RE Roth, JI Blanford, AC Robinson, and AM MacEachren. 2012. Defining the typical DHS map. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2012. Portland, OR: October 18.
  8. Roth RE. 2012. Teaching Cartography during the Geospatial Revolution. UW‒Madison Geospatial Alliance Summit. Madison, WI: April 26.
  9. Roth RE. 2012. Towards a taxonomy of cartographic interaction primitives. The 107th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY: February 25.
  10. Roth RE. 2011. Interactive Cartography: What we know and what we need to know. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2011. Madison, WI: October 13.
  11. Guidero E (presenter), F Hardisty, RE Roth, A Klippel, AC Robinson, and AM MacEachren. 2011. Representing change using point symbols. The 107th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Seattle, WA: April 15.
  12. Pezanowski S (presenter), AC Robinson, E Guidero, R Bianchetti, F Hardisty, J Blanford, RE Roth, and AM MacEachren. 2011. An interactive, web-based tool for discovering and sharing map symbols. The 107th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Seattle, WA: April 15.
  13. Murdock M (presenter), BG Finch, N Maziekas, and RE Roth. 2010. The basic ordinance observational management system: Geovisual analytics of improvised explosive device incidents. The Association of American Geographers, Middle States Division 2010 Meeting. West Point, NY: October 23.
  14. Robinson AC (presenter), S Pezanowski, F Hardisty, RE Roth, JI Blanford, and AM MacEachren. 2010. A web-based symbol store for sharing map symbology. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2010. St. Petersburg, FL: October 15.
  15. Robinson AC (presenter), RE Roth, CA McCabe, S Pezanowski, and AM MacEachren. 2010. Challenges to standardizing map symbology. The 106th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Washington, DC: April 17.
  16. Roth RE (presenter), KS Ross, W Luo, BJ Finch, and AM MacEachren. 2010. A user-centered approach to extending spatiotemporal crime analysis tools. The 106th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Washington, DC: April 15.
  17. Raposo P (presenter), RE Roth, and MJ Dawson. 2010. Online map of Penn State Geography travels. No Boundaries: 2010 Graduate Student Conference. University Park, PA: March 20.
  18. Ross KS, RE Roth, BG Finch, W Luo, CA McCabe, and AM MacEachren. 2010. Web-based geovisualization and geovisual analytics to support crime analysis. Department of Homeland Security Summit. Washington, DC: March 9.
  19. Robinson AC (presenter), RE Roth, and AM MacEachren. 2009. Developing standards for map symbology. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2009 . Sacramento, CA: October 9.
  20. Woodruff AW (presenter), RE Roth, and ZF Johnson. 2009. Value-by-alpha maps: An alternative to cartograms. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2009 . Sacramento, CA: October 9.
  21. RE Roth (presenter) and KS Ross. 2009. Extending the Google Maps API for event animation mashups. Practical Cartography Day, North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2009. Sacramento, CA: October 7.
  22. Chen J (presenter), RE Roth, AT Naito, EL Lengerich, and AM MacEachren. 2009. Geovisual analytics for the detection of disease clusters. The 105th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Las Vegas, NV: March 24.
  23. Roth RE (presenter), M Stryker, C Fish, D Schoch, and CA Brewer. 2008. ScaleMaster.org: Multi-scale mapping made easy. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2008 . Missoula, MT: October 9.
  24. Roth RE. 2008. Representing Uncertainty: A case study in categorizing uncertainty in support of decision making. The 104th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Boston, MA: April 16.
  25. Roth RE. 2008. The involvement of uncertainty in the creation, representation, and use of geospatial data in the domain of floodplain mapping. No Boundaries: 2008 Graduate Student Conference. University Park, PA: March 31.
  26. Roth RE. 2007. The use of remotely sensed imagery and GIS analysis for the automated detection of water infiltration in residential structures. Association of American Geographers, Middle States Division 2007 Meeting. Reading, PA: November 17.
  27. Johnson Z (presenter), M Harrower, E McGlynn, RE Roth, D Van Sickle, and A Woodruff. 2007. Development of an online visualization tool for the mapping and analysis of asthma exacerbations in space and time. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2007. St. Louis, MO: October 11.
  28. Roth RE (presenter), W Cronon,M Harrower, J Przybylowski, and A Woodruff. 2007. Addressing usability issues of web-based, interactive cartography: Learning from the Lakeshore Nature Preserve Interactive Map. The 103rd Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. San Francisco, CA: April 21.
  29. Roth RE. 2007. Transitioning geographic visualization from expert to public use: The Great Lakes Coastal Erosion Visualization Project. Sixth Annual Geography Student Symposium. Madison, WI: April 13.
  30. Roth RE (presenter), M Harrower, and J Burt. 2006. An online tool for the visualization and education of isoline mapping. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2006. Madison, WI: October 18.
  31. Roth RE. 2006. Ground False: How inaccuracy enters into ground truth. Fifth Annual Geography Student Symposium. Madison, WI: April 7.
  32. Roth RE (presenter) and J Papez. 2006. Ecological restoration in a GIS setting: The integration of domain knowledge into spatial analysis for restoration projects. The 102nd Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Chicago, IL: March 8.
  33. Roth RE. 2005. Expanding the uses of convolution in GIS: A moving window analysis as the basis for a reforestation priority index. First Annual Undergraduate Midwestern Geography Symposium. Saint Paul, Minnesota: April 23.
  34. Roth RE. 2005. Locating optimal lands for reforestation in the Baraboo Hills, Wisconsin. Fourth Annual Geography Student Symposium. Madison, WI: April 22.

Conference Poster Presentations

  1. Maziekas NV (presenter), MJ Murdock, and RE Roth. 2011. Geovisual analytics of improved explosive device incidents. The 107th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Seattle, WA: April 13.
  2. Du P (presenter), A Lemkin, B Kluhsman, J Chen, RE Roth, AM MacEachren, C Meyers, J Zurlo, and EJ Lengerich. 2010. High chlamydia incidence rates associated with increased cervical caner mortality rates in US counties: The potential role of HPV infection and implications for cancer prevention. 2010 National STD Prevention Conference. Atlanta, GA: March 10.
  3. MacEachren AM, AC Robinson, RE Roth (presenter), KA Cook. 2009. Standardizing map symbology for critical incidents. Technologies for Critical Incident Preparedness. Philadelphia, PA: February 2.
  4. Roth RE (presenter), KS Ross, and AM MacEachren. 2010. GeoVISTA CrimeViz. Technologies for Critical Incident Preparedness. Philadelphia, PA: February 2. (including interactive demo)
  5. Roth RE (presenter) and J Chen. 2009. US cervical cancer mortality 2000-2004: New methods and new findings. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2009. Sacramento, CA: October 7.
  6. Johnson TJ (presenter), MM Smithgall, AC Thomas, and RE Roth. 2009. From print to screen: Redesigning the Penn State University campus map. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) 2009. Sacramento, CA: October 7.
  7. MacEachren AM, AC Robinson, RE Roth (presenter), and KA Cook. 2009. Developing symbology standards for emergency mapping. Visual Analytics Center Consortium Meeting. Richland, WA: August 18.
  8. Roth RE (presenter), KS Ross, and CA McCabe. 2009. CrimeViz: Near real-time visualization for understanding spatio-temporal patterns of violent crime in the District of Columbia. Visual Analytics Center Consortium Meeting. Richland, WA: August 18.
  9. Roth RE (presenter) and J Chen. 2009. US cervical cancer mortality 2000-2004: New methods and new findings. The 105th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers . Las Vegas, NV: March 24.
  10. Roth RE (presenter) and J Chen. 2009. US cervical cancer mortality 2000-2004: New methods and new findings. No Boundaries: 2008 Graduate Student Conference. University Park, PA: February 28.
  11. Roth RE (presenter) and J Papez. 2007. An automated approach to site selection for restoration in fragmented landscapes. Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA) 2007 Annual Conference. Appleton, WI: March 8.

Other Presentations: External

  1. Roth RE. 2011. Harrisburg CrimeViz: Geovisual analytics for crime analysis. City of Harrisburg Bureau of Police. Harrisburg, PA: April 27.
  2. Roth RE. 2010. Geovisual analytics for crime analysis and homeland security. VACCINE Consortium Technology Demo Day. West Lafayette, IN: July 14.
  3. Blanford J (presenter), AC Robinson, RE Roth, S Pezanowski, B Finch, and AM MacEachren. 2010. Categorization of map symbol standards. Department of Homeland Security Geospatial Working Group. University Park, PA (web-presentation): May 26.
  4. Robinson AC (presenter), RE Roth, and AM MacEachren. 2009. Progress on developing standards for Department of Homeland Security map symbology. Department of Homeland Security Geospatial Working Group. University Park, PA (web-presentation): December 16.
  5. MacEachren AM, AC Robinson, RE Roth, and K Cook. 2009. Introduction to the symbology standardization support project. Federal Geographic Data Committee Homeland Security Working Group. University Park, PA (web-presentation): June 4.
  6. Roth RE and D Saab. 2008. A concept map of geocollaborative crisis management. US-China Digital Government Collaboration Workshop on GeoCollaboration Crisis Management. University Park, PA: December 4.
  7. Roth RE (presenter), E Holbus, N Najarian, J Papez, and J Quan. 2005. Locating optimal lands for reforestation in the Baraboo Hills, Wisconsin. The Nature Conservancy. Madison, WI: October 24.

Other Presentations: Internal

  1. Roth RE. 2013. Introduction to Cartography. Grandparents University, Cartography Major. Madison, WI: July 25.
  2. Roth RE. 2013. Advanced cartographic techniques (Guest Lecture). Geography 370: Introduction to Cartography. Madison, WI: April 30.
  3. Roth RE. 2013. Mixed methods for cartographic and geographic research (Guest Lecture). Geography 766: Geographical Inquiry and Analysis: Techniques. Madison, WI: April 17.
  4. Roth RE. 2012. Welcome. UW‒Madison Workshop in Cartography. Madison, WI: October 13.
  5. Roth RE. 2012. seeing Geography through Cartography. UW‒Madison Science Expeditions: Science Hall. Madison, WI: April 14.
  6. Roth RE. 2008. A synoptic view of multi-scale mapping operators. Madison Area Cartographic Design and Debate Spring Lecture Series. Madison, WI: March 14.
  7. Roth RE. 2007. Methods for usability testing of interactive and web-based mapping applications. Penn State Information Visualization Subgroup. University Park, PA: October 23.
  8. Roth RE. 2007. Rethinking the role of the cartographer in the age of democratized cartography: Education of mapping principles through the map brewer. Spatial Information and Analysis Consortium (SIAC) Seminar Series. Madison, WI: April 27.
  9. Roth RE. 2006. Exploring the categorical differences of geospatial data uncertainty. Madison Area Cartographic Design and Debate Fall Lecture Series. Madison, WI: November 17.
  10. Roth RE. 2006. An automated approach to site selection for restoration in fragmented landscapes. Spatial Information and Analysis Consortium (SIAC) Seminar Series. Madison, WI: April 12.
  11. Roth RE. 2006. Is Cartography Dead? Madison Area Cartographic Design and Debate Spring Lecture Series. Madison, WI: February 10.
  12. Roth RE. 2005. Making GIScience profitable: A case study in applied geography. Spatial Information and Analysis Consortium (SIAC) Seminar Series. Madison, WI: April 8.