Kort bruges mest til at vise hvad der gælder nu og i nogen grad hvad der tidligere var gældende ... Men hvad med fremtiden? Meteologer anvender avancerede modeller og massere af regnekarft til at forudse morgendagens vejrlig, men hvad hvis verden simplificeres og man blot ønsker at simulere langt mindre komplekse situationer? GIS data er perfekt til at danne basis for disse og dynamiske input kan gøre det umådeligt levende og formentlig også anvendeligt ...
Maps are mostly used for showing what's there now and in fewer cases what were there then ... But what about the things that perhaps are going to be there ... Meteologists are using advanced and complex models and vast amount of data and cpu just to predict the weather of tomorrow ... but in a much simpler scale we might be able to predict things just as important than wether it's gonna rain or not the day after tomorrow ... GIS is a perfect basis / platform for this and add a flowing input of dynamic data and you'll have something living and presumably usefull as well ...
- Explore and map dynamic "what if?" scenarios.
- Use your own files or let Depiction gather free data from the Web.
- Reveal new perspectives on complex data in vivid presentations.
- Collaborate and share data with others in real time.
Select a geographic area, then download or import satellite images, street maps, digital images, spreadsheets, shape files, or even live reports.
Your data immediately becomes interactive, influencing the behavior of other elements.
Add, edit, or even create new elements. Make rules to govern the interactions between elements in your Depiction.
Organize and display data when and where you want it with Revealers. Measure, count, annotate, and more.
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