In a previous post we have examined the usefulness of a dot map and its potential limits for social analysis. The aim here is to dig a little bit deeper into some of its applications beyond ethnic segregation. In the original post we have mentioned that this methodology could be easily adapted to other social phenomena. […]Read more "one person, one dot (applications)"
Versión en Español The dot map represents an increasingly used tool for visualising the spatiality of social data. Emerged in the 19th century by the research performed by John Snow (not the one from Game of Thrones), this technique has been converted into one of the more effective tool for exploring spatial concentration patterns of […]Read more "One person, one dot"
Versión en español How spatial analysis can help us to achieve a better understanding of social and political phenomena? More concretely, what is the use of maps when it comes to social research? What does it adds to those methods and techniques currently applied in different social sciences disciplines? In order to illustrate their […]Read more "CompassLab. Mapping Social Sciences. CompassBlog. Blogging Social Maps."