New paper about participatory mapping

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Jirka Panek
Wed, Dec 12, 2018 7:29 AM

Dear all (apologies for cross posting),

Our so far largest participatory mapping event (over 2000 respondents) got
published in Journal of Maps - free downloads via the link (
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17445647.2018.1546624?scroll=top&needAccess=true
).

Mapping citizens’ emotions: participatory planning support system in
Olomouc, Czech Republic

Community mapping and emotional cartography have close links to
participatory planning in the urban environment. The case study presented
in this paper describes the deployment of the Emotional Maps platform for
the collection and visualisation of spatial data related to the
participatory planning of public space. The results (Main Map) presented
are a combination of paper-based and web-map surveys. 2117 respondents from
Olomouc (2% of the city's population) marked 25,760 points, lines and
polygons, and made 4801 comments. Six spatial questions were asked in the
survey and four of them are presented in the attached map. The questions
were related to the general attractiveness of the city, safety,
satisfaction with public transport and suggestions for the future
development of some areas. The outcomes of the survey served as the
groundwork for the Strategic Plan of Olomouc for 2017–2023.

Cheers
Jirka Panek
Jirka Panek // http://www.linkedin.com/in/jirkapanek //
geoparticipation.wordpress.com

Dear all (apologies for cross posting), Our so far largest participatory mapping event (over 2000 respondents) got published in Journal of Maps - free downloads via the link ( https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17445647.2018.1546624?scroll=top&needAccess=true ). *Mapping citizens’ emotions: participatory planning support system in Olomouc, Czech Republic* Community mapping and emotional cartography have close links to participatory planning in the urban environment. The case study presented in this paper describes the deployment of the Emotional Maps platform for the collection and visualisation of spatial data related to the participatory planning of public space. The results (Main Map) presented are a combination of paper-based and web-map surveys. 2117 respondents from Olomouc (2% of the city's population) marked 25,760 points, lines and polygons, and made 4801 comments. Six spatial questions were asked in the survey and four of them are presented in the attached map. The questions were related to the general attractiveness of the city, safety, satisfaction with public transport and suggestions for the future development of some areas. The outcomes of the survey served as the groundwork for the Strategic Plan of Olomouc for 2017–2023. Cheers Jirka Panek Jirka Panek // http://www.linkedin.com/in/jirkapanek // geoparticipation.wordpress.com