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Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

Hardisty, F. and A. Robinson (Accepted). "The GeoViz Toolkit: Using component-oriented coordination methods to aid geovisualization application construction." International Journal of Geographic Information Science.pdf

Hardisty, F. (2009). "GeoJabber: Enabling Geo-Collaborative Visual Analysis." Cartography and Geographic Information Science 36(2): 267-280.pdf

Klippel, A., F. Hardisty and C. Weaver (2009). "Star Plots: How Shape Characteristics Influence Classification Tasks  " Cartographic and Geographic Information Science 36(2): 149-163

Klippel, A., F. Hardisty and C. Weaver (2009). "Colour Enhanced Star Plot Glyphs – Can Salient Shape Characteristics be Overcome?" Cartographica 44(3): 217-231.pdf

Gorandson, C., K. Takahashi, T. Tango, A. Cajigal, M. Paladini, E. L. Murray, T. Nguyen, K. Konty and F. Hardisty (2008). "Cluster Detection Comparison in Syndromic Surveillance." Advances in Disease Surveillance 5(1): 33.isds

Hardisty, F. and J. Conley (2008). "Interactive Detection of Spatial Clusters." Advances in Disease Surveillance 5(1): 37.isds

Piegorsch, W. W., S. L. Cutter and F. Hardisty (2007). "Benchmark Analysis for Quantifying Urban Vulnerability to Terrorist Incidents." Risk Analysis 27(5): 1141-1425.wiley

Griffin, A., M. A. MacEachren, F. Hardisty, B. Li and E. Steiner (2006). "A comparison of animated maps with static small-multiple maps for visually identifying space-time clusters." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 4(4): 740-753.pdf

MacEachren, A. M., M. Gahegan, W. Pike, I. Brewer, G. R. Cai, E. Lengerich and F. Hardisty (2004). "Geovisualization for knowledge construction and decision support." IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 24(1): 13-17.pdf

MacEachren, A. M., F. Hardisty, X. Dai and L. Pickle (2003). "Supporting Visual Analysis of Federal Geospatial Statistics." Communications of the ACM 46(1).pdf

Gahegan, M., M. Takatsuka, M. Wheeler and F. Hardisty (2002). "Introducing GeoVISTA Studio: an integrated suite of visualization and computational methods for exploration and knowledge construction in geography." Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 26(4): 267-292.computer.org

 

 

Conference Publications, Book Chapters, and Invited Talks

Hardisty, F. and A. MacEachren (2009). Research to Reality: Supporting Public Health Research, Surveillance, and Practice with Geovisual Analytics The Third Annual DHS University Network Summit. Washington, D.C.

Gahegan, M., F. Hardisty, U. Demšar and M. Takatsuka (2008). GeoVISTA Studio: Reusability by Design. Open Source Approaches in Spatial Data Handling. G. B. Hall and M. G. Leahy, Springer: 201-220.

Hardisty, F. (2008). Geographic Visualization and Analysis. CRED Lab (invited talk), NYC, NY.

Hardisty, F. (2008). GeoJabber: Finding Significant Analytic Events in Collaborative Visual Analysis Sessions. Geospatial Visual Analytics Workshop at GIScience, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Hardisty, F. (2008). The GeoViz Toolkit: Making Geographic Visualization Accessible. Washington URISA GIS Conference. Bellevue, WA.

Hardisty, F. and J. Conley (2008). Interactive Detection of Spatial Clusters. International Society for Disease Surveillance. Raleigh, NC.

Klippel, A. and F. Hardisty (2008). Visual Analytics and the Geometry of Thought—Spatial Intelligence through Sapient Interfaces. Research and Training in Spatial Intelligence. Evanston, IL.

Robinson, A. and F. Hardisty (2008). Highlighting Methods for Geovisualization. North American Carographic Information Society. Missoula, MT.

Hardisty, F. (2007). ESDA for Prostate Cancer. Invited Talk. Hershey, PA.

Robinson, A., E. Koua, F. Hardisty and A. M. MacEachren (2007). The G-EX Portal: Web-based Dissemination of Geovisual Analytic Results. ICA Commission on Visualization and Virtual Environments Workshop 'From Geovisualization Toward Geovisual Analytics'. Helsiki, Finland).

Hardisty, F. (2006). Using Cartograms for Geovisualization. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. Chicago.

Hardisty, F. (2006). Digital Government -- The Geographic Dimension. Lecture Series on Digital Government. Olympia, WA.

Li, L. and F. Hardisty (2006). Web Based Synchronous Geocollaboration. Annual Meeting of the AAG, Chicago, Il.

Hardisty, F. (2005). Combining the GeoViz Toolkit with Infovis Methods. AAG, Denver, CO.

Hardisty, F. (2005). The GeoViz Toolkit. Auto-Carto, Las Vegas, NV.

Liao, K. and F. Hardisty (2005). Visualization of Long-term Temporal Data. AAG, Denver, CO.

Macgill, J., M. Gahegan, J. Conley and F. Hardisty (2005). Aplying GeoVISTA Studio for the spatial analysis of prostate cancer. AAG, Denver, CO.

Hardisty, F. (2004). Coordinating Geographic Visualization and Spatial Statistics. Meeting of ICA Comission on Geovisualization at GIScience, University of Maryland.

Hardisty, F. (2004). Open Source Cartography. NACIS, Portland, Maine.

MacEachren, A. M., X. Dai, F. Hardisty, D. Guo and G. Lengerich (2003). Exploring High-D Spaces with Multiform Matrices and Small Multiples. IEEE InfoVis

Zhou, B., C. Brewer and F. Hardisty (2003). ColorBrewer in GeoVISTA Studio: Construction and application of bivariate color schemes Joint Statistical Meetings - Section on Statistical Graphics, San Francisco, CA.

Dai, X. and F. Hardisty (2002). Conditioned and Manipulable Matrix for Visual Exploration. National Conference for Digital Government Research, Los Angeles, CA.

Hardisty, F. (2002). Designing and Building Usable Geovisualization Tools. EuroConference on Methods to Define Geovisualisation Contents for Users Needs, Albufeira, Portugal.

Hardisty, F., A. M. MacEachren and M. Takatsuka (2002). Cartographic Animation in Three Dimensions: Experimenting with the Scene Graph. 20th International Cartographic Conference, Beijing, China.

Haug, D., A. M. MacEachren and F. Hardisty (2002). The challenge of analyzing geovisualization tool use: Taking a visual approach. 20th International Cartographic Conference, Beijing, China.

MacEachren, A. M., F. Hardisty, M. Wheeler, M. Gahegan, X. Dai, D. Guo and M. Takatsuka (2002). Supporting visual integration and analysis of geospatially-referenced statistics through web-deployable, cross-platform tools. 20th International Cartographic Conference, Beijing, China.

Suchan, T. and F. Hardisty (2002). Usability Studies of Geovisualization Software in the Workplace. National Conference for Digital Government Research, Los Angeles.

Hardisty, F. (2001). Applying Usability Engineering to Visualization Software Design Problems. 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, NY.

MacEachren, A. M., F. Hardisty, M. Gahegan, M. Wheeler, X. Dai, D. Guo and M. Takatsuka (2001). Supporting visual integration and analysis of geospatially-referenced statistics through web-deployable, cross-platform tools. dg.o.2001, National Conference for Digital Government Research, Los Angeles, CA.

Gahegan, M., M. Takatsuka, M. Wheeler and F. Hardisty (2000). GeoVISTA Studio: a geocomputational workbench. GeoComputation, UK.

Hardisty, F. (2000). An Example of an Interactive Animated Map. AAG Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Hardisty, F. (1999). Animated Maps and Cartographic Communication. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. Honolulu, HI.

Hardisty, F. (1999). Stochastic Modeling of Alternate Methods for the Generation of Event Patterns with Complete Spatial Randomness. GeoComputation 99, Fredericksburg, VA.