GEOG 580
Geovisual Analytics
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This seminar engages students in the emerging science of analytical reasoning mediated through human-centered interactive geographic visualization and computational methods. Students will examine the state-of-art in geovisual analytics science through a focused literature review and assess the extent to which various contemporary geovisual analytics platforms are usable and support analytical reasoning. This course provides students with hands-on experience with the design, implementation, and application of geovisual analytics tools to solve complex problems across a variety of domain contexts.

At a Glance


Applications in GIS
Geospatial Programming and Software Development
ArcGIS Insights
ArcGIS Pro
SyllabusGEOG 580 Syllabus

Upcoming Offerings

Semester Instructor
Fall 1, 2022 Amy Burnicki,
Spring 1, 2023 Amy Burnicki,
Summer, 2023 Amy Burnicki,
Fall 1, 2023

Meet Our Faculty Instructors

I am an educator and researcher in Geographic Information Science, passionate about leveraging maps and human-centered design to make spatial data more accessible, legible, and valuable.

We offer over 30 courses in five 10-week terms each year: two every fall, two every spring and one every summer.