2 Beiträge Author: Katia Soland

  • · by Katia Soland · in Master's and PhD students projects

    Cholera 1855 in Basel: Between History, Epidemiology and Geographic Visualisation

    In 1854, Dr. John Snow creates a map of cholera cases in London’s Soho district. He can thus show that the disease is transmitted through contaminated water. In her Master’s thesis, Inga Birkhölzer investigated what can be extracted today from the cholera figures of 1855 in Basel using geographical visualisation.

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  • · by Katia Soland · in Research, What's new

    From background maps and time series to toilet tiles in the national map look

    The GeoVITe platform provides topographic raster and vector maps, digital elevation models and orthophotos for research. Roman Walt explains how GeoVITe data can be used, what the added value is compared to the Swisstopo data – and he reveals the funniest request. Deutsch 🇩🇪

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