1901-2001 Greater London Population Change
1901-2001 Greater London Population Change
Archimedes
Created 7/12/2007 | 0 Likes
Visualize changing population patterns in relation both to the earth's surface and time: the process can add substantially to traditionally graphed information. The materials in this collection appeared originally in an article by Arlinghaus and Batty, published in Solstice: An Electronic Journal of Geography and Mathematics, Vol. XVII, No. 2, December 2006, http://www.imagenet.org/. This article and a related one draw on simply viewing clusters of bar charts as being similar to clusters of buildings: vertical pattern offers insight of various sorts. Direct link to that article: http://www-personal.umich.edu/%7Ecopyrght/image/solstice/win06/arlbat2/indexPartII.html The .kmz files associated with the many .skp files have been accumulated into one .kmz. Download that .kmz from the link below or use the sample .skp files below to create individual .kmz files for Bromley. Switch successive decades off and on in GE to animate the pattern. The .kmz file below contains data for Bromley and for 31 other London boroughs and for London, from 1901 to 2001. Link: http://www-personal.umich.edu/%7Ecopyrght/image/solstice/win06/arlbat2/GreaterLondon.kmz