In this section you can find several maps which allow visual understanding and analysis of some of the material that we have collected.
We have mapped:
Our aim has been to employ the most appropriate geovisualisation approaches for portraying and measuring the location and chronology of film distribution. For this reason, we have decided to use different kinds of geovisualization tools:
Palladio, a network analysis application developed at Stanford University that allows uploading data for use with an intertwined set of static visualizations for analysis of complex, multi-dimensional data.
Prospect, a digital humanities toolkit which enables users to visualize a variety of digitized humanities-related material (historical maps, images, manuscripts), and multimedia content.
to, a location intelligence and visualization engine that allows you to transform data into static and dynamic maps.
to-map-your-own-narratives/” target=”_blank”>AtlasCine, a dynamic tool developed using a range of softwares to allow users to create dynamic maps.