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Izdelava kart na podlagi geolociranih podatkov iz družabnih omrežij
Kališnik, Maja (Author), Repe, Blaž (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V informacijski dobi postaja podatkovna analitika vse pomembnejši akter na različnih področjih in je vse pogosteje predmet strokovnih preučevanj. Kot vir podatkov imajo posebno mesto družabna omrežja, ki so v zadnjem času doživela velik porast v številu uporabnikov. Glavni cilj zaključne naloge je prepoznati potencial, ki ga imajo družabna omrežja kot vir geolociranih podatkov, s katerimi lahko ustvarimo zanimive kartografske vizualizacije in s tem izboljšamo razumevanje tako naravnih kot družbenih procesov v pokrajini. Prav tako bomo v nalogi predstavili razvoj kartografije in spleta od prvih analognih prikazov do interaktivnih spletnih kart ter opredelili tehnološke mejnike, ki so bili poglavitni za razmah uporabe družabnih omrežij. Ključnega pomena je preplet tehnologije globalnega pozicioniranja in napredka na področju mobilne telefonije, kar je omogočilo uporabo GNSS v praktično vsaki pametni mobilni napravi, tehnologija Splet 2.0 pa je spletno okolje redefinirala v prostor socialnih interakcij in s tem pripomogla k nastanku številnih družabnih omrežij, ki uporabnikom omogočajo medsebojno interakcijo, deljenje fotografij, videoposnetkov ter ostalih vsebin. Vsak uporabnik mobilne naprave tako za seboj nevede pusti nepredstavljivo količino digitalnih sledi. Uporabnost metode smo ovrednotili s primeri iz strokovne literature na štirih področjih: krizno upravljanje naravnih nesreč, kartiranje poplavne ogroženosti, napoved turističnih tokov in vrednotenje ekosistemskih storitev.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Družabna omrežja, kartografija, masovni podatki, prostorski podatki, prostovoljne geografske informacije
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2019
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Mapping geolocated social media data
Abstract:
Data analytics is becoming an increasingly important asset, providing valuable insight in various fields of scientific study. One of the data sources are social media, which have gained a significant amount of users in the past few years. The main objective of our final thesis, was to evaluate the potential use of social media as a source of geolocated data. Geodata from social media, has tremendous potential in understanding both physical and social aspects of our world. By mapping it, we can provide valuable insight of various processes. The thesis will also outline the evolution of mapping. We will explain how basic analogue maps evolved into interactive Web 2.0-based maps. Furthermore, we define the fundamentals, which have had a significant contribution on the rise of social media. The convergence of global positioning technology, combined with the rapid advancement in the field of mobile telecommunication paved to way to the integration of GNSS technology in smart phones. Concurrently, the technological innovations brought to us by Web 2.0, have redefined the way we use the internet. Technology provided the basis for emerging platforms, that enable user interaction, which led us to vast amounts of content, such as photographs, videos etc. Today, every smartphone user becomes a data generator, creating immense amounts of digital footsteps. We evaluated the method by reviewing four academic papers from diverse geographical fields, including: crisis management in case of natural disasters, flood-mapping, tourist flow analysis and evaluating the aesthetic value of ecosystem services.

Keywords:Social media, mapping, spatial data, big data, volunteered geographic information

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