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Digital Texts and GIS: The interrogation and coordinated visualization of Classical Chinese texts
Author Hung, Jen-jou (著)=洪振洲 (au.) ; Wiles, Simon ; Bingenheimer, Marcus (著)=馬德偉 (au.)
Source Proceedings of International Conference on Computer Design and Applications (1)
Pages453 - 458
Location河北, 中國 [Hopei, China]
Content type會議論文=Proceeding Article
KeywordCoordinated and Multiple Views Geographic; Geospatial Visualization User Interfaces Visualization in the Humanities
AbstractThis paper describes an online interface that allows the concurrent visualization of geographic information drawn from ancient Chinese texts and facilitates the filtering of datasets according to sophisticated time and place queries. The interface is one piece of a larger project at Dharma Drum Buddhist College which aims to visualize the Buddhist Gaoseng Zhuan literature (201C;Biographies of Eminent Monks201D;). It is based on open-source technologies, is as browser- and platform-independent as possible, and demonstrates a very practical solution to the problem of visualizing spacio-temporal information for a wide audience.
Created date2014.09.30
Modified date2015.08.25

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