Railroads and the Making of Modern America—Tools for Spatio-Temporal Correlation, Analysis, and Visualization

Thursday, January 5, 2012: 3:40 PM
Chicago Ballroom VIII (Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers)
William G. Thomas III, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
"Railroads and the making of Modern America--Tools for Spatio-Temporal Correlation, Analysis and Visualization" creates a framework and software engine for integrating spatio-temporal historical data from diverse sources for correlation, analysis, and visualization by focusing on one of the most significant transnational processes in history--the development of railroads.
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