Spatial Analysis & Data Visualization @ SFSU
 

Map Gallery

Selected maps from the Research Methods module: Think Globally, Act Regionally

Part I: Urbanization, GIS, and data visualization

 
 

Urbanization at the world and regional scale and how vector GIS
can help guide urbanization in the San Francisco Bay Area.

San Francisco Bay Area Metro Region Global cities
Bicycle commuters in Bay Area
Affordable housing in San Francisco
 

Part II: Raster GIS, multivariate data graphics, and balancing the natural and built environments

 

Conflicts between the built and natural environment and how
raster GIS can help harmonize the built and natural environ-
ment in Contra Costa County.

Contra Costa County land use Ozone concentrations
Red-legged frog habitat
 

Part III: Promoting spatial equity and regional integration with GIS and data visualization

 

How computerized cartography can help guide regional integration
and spatial equity.

Burlington and Camden counties, New Jersey African Americans in Camden
Toxic sites in Camden (city)
 

Part IV: GIS in regional planning

 

How Metro in the Portland region uses a regional land information
system to plan and manage the region.

Portland metro region Portland area transportation
Rock Creek watershed