Researchers often publish maps which may contain sensitive or private data, such as the addresses of patients or the location of archeological sites. In order to reduce the risk of exposing sensitive data or violating someone’s privacy, the researcher may use a geographic mask, a set of techniques which change the location of points on a map to protect privacy without overly changing spatial patterns.
This workshop will be held on Zoom. You do not need a video camera or a microphone, but you will need an audio connection to hear the instructor. We encourage you to register for this workshop. On the day of the workshop, use this Zoom link to join https://temple.zoom.us/j/91086960641
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- Thursday, July 16, 2020
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm