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Podcast: Making Online GIS Maps the Public will Use

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Tuesday, August 7th 2012


Do the maps we geospatial professionals put online for citizens serve their needs? Data from Denver indicate users want answers, not powerful, configurable maps. 
 
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MA Breeding Bird Atlas - MassGIS
MassGIS Online Mapping - Specialized and Thematic Viewers - Executive Office for Administration & Finance - Mass.Gov
OLIVER - MassGIS
Severe Weather Map - Esri
Find a Denver Park
How the Public Actually Uses Local Government Web Maps: Metrics from Denver : MapBrief™


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