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Data and the city

Author: Rob Kitchin; Tracey P Lauriault; Gavin McArdle
Publisher: Abingdon New York Routledge 2018
Series: Regions and cities, 119
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First publishedView all editions and formats
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Data and the City -- Regions and Cities -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Contributors -- 1 Data and the City -- Introduction -- Data and the City -- Future Agendas -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Part I Data-Driven Cities -- 2 A City is Not a Galaxy: Understanding the City Through Urban Data -- Introduction -- An Action Oriented Epistemology -- Data
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Data and the City.
Milton : Taylor and Francis, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rob Kitchin; Tracey P Lauriault; Gavin McArdle
ISBN: 9781315407371 131540737X 9781315407364 1315407361 9781138222625 1138222623
OCLC Number: 1021208160
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (xx, 251 Seiten)
Contents: List of FiguresList of TablesList of ContributorsChapter 1 Data and the City by Rob Kitchin, Tracey P. Lauriault and Gavin McArdlePart I: Data-Driven CitiesChapter 2 A city is not a galaxy: Understanding the city through urban data by Martijn de WaalChapter 3 Data about cities: Redefining big, recasting small by Michael BattyChapter 4 Data-driven urbanism by Rob KitchinPart II: Urban DataChapter 5 Crime data and analytics: Accounting for crime in the city by Teresa ScassaChapter 6 Data provenance and possibility: thoughts towards a provenance schema for urban data by Jim Thatcher and Craig DaltonChapter 7 Following data threads by James Merrick WhiteChapter 8 Sticky data - context and friction in the use of urban data proxies by Dietmar OffenhuberPart III: Urban Data TechnologiesChapter 9 Urban data and city dashboards: Six key issues by Rob Kitchin and Gavin McArdleChapter 10 Sharing and analysing data in smart cities by Pouria Amirian and Anahid BasiriChapter 11 Blockchain City: Economic, social and cognitive ledgers by Chris Speed, Deborah Maxwell and Larissa PschetzChapter 12 Situating data infrastructures by Till StraubeChapter 13 Ontologizing the City by Tracey P. LauriaultPart IV: Urban Data Cultures and PowerChapter 14 Data cultures, power and the city by Jo BatesChapter 15 Where are data citizens? by Evelyn RuppertChapter 16 Beyond quantification: a role for citizen science and community science in a smart city by Mordechai (Muki) HaklayIndex
Series Title: Regions and cities, 119
Responsibility: edited by Rob Kitchin, Tracey P. Lauriault and Gavin McArdle

Abstract:

Data and the City -- Regions and Cities -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Contributors -- 1 Data and the City -- Introduction -- Data and the City -- Future Agendas -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Part I Data-Driven Cities -- 2 A City is Not a Galaxy: Understanding the City Through Urban Data -- Introduction -- An Action Oriented Epistemology -- Data and the Production and Experience of Urban Space -- Urban Data and Urban Culture -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Data About Cities: Redefining Big, Recasting Small -- Introduction -- Classifying City Data: The Data Cube -- Conclusions and Next Steps -- References -- 4 Data-Driven Urbanism -- Introduction -- Big Data and Smart Cities -- Data and the City -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- Note -- References -- Part II Urban Data -- 5 Crime Data and Analytics: Accounting For Crime In the City -- Introduction -- Crime Data -- The Limits of Crime Data -- Communicating Crime Data to the Public -- Transparency and Crime Data -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- Notes -- References -- 6 Data Provenance and Possibility: Thoughts Towards a Provenance Schema for Urban Data -- Introduction -- Provenance in Current Practice -- Limited Possibilities, Problems From Provenance -- Conclusions and Possibilities: Becoming Provenance Through Data-Encounter -- Notes -- References -- 7 Following Data Threads -- Introduction -- The Data Threads of Infant Mortality in Toronto, Canada -- Revealing Data Threads -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 8 Sticky Data: Context and Friction in the Use of Urban Data Proxies -- Introduction -- Twitter as Sticky Data -- Ols City Lights as Non-Sticky Data -- Deconstructing Stickiness -- Notes -- References -- Part III Urban Data Technologies -- 9 Urban Data and City Dashboards: Six Key Issues

Introduction -- Epistemology -- Scope and Access -- Veracity and Validity -- Usability and Literacy -- Uses and Utility -- Ethics -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 10 Sharing and Analysing Data in Smart Cities -- Introduction -- Service Orientation Principles -- Web Services and Rest Services -- Ogc Web Services (Geoservices) -- The Need for Integration of Soap and Rest Services With Ogc Web Services -- Organizational Service Layer -- Conclusion -- References -- 11 Blockchain City: Economic, Social and Cognitive Ledgers -- Introduction -- Ledger 1: Money, Time and the Blockchain -- Ledger 2: City as Ledger -- Ledger 3: Cognitive and Practice-Based Ledgers -- Designing With Ledgers: A Design Case Study -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- Note -- References -- 12 Situating Data Infrastructures -- Introduction -- Digital Technologies as a Spatial Problem -- Assemblages of Digital Matter -- Topology: An Ambiguation -- Towards An Applied Materialist Topology -- Technical Criticism -- Notes -- References -- 13 Ontologizing the City -- Introduction -- Socio-Technological Transformation of Ordnance Survey Ireland (Osi): A Case Study -- Theoretical Approach -- Observations -- Acknowledgements -- Note -- References -- Part IV Urban Data Cultures and Power -- 14 Data Cultures, Power and the City -- Introduction -- Big Data and the City -- Data Cultures -- Sites of Data Practice and Governance -- Cultures of Data Practice and Governance -- Data Cultures, Power and the City -- Acknowledgements -- Notes -- References -- 15 Where are Data Citizens? -- Introduction -- Who is the Digital Subject? Who is the Digital Citizen? -- Where is the Digital Citizen? -- How do Digital Subjects Become Digital Citizens? -- Where are Data Citizens? -- Acknowledgements -- References

16 Beyond Quantification: A Role for Citizen Science and Community Science in a Smart City -- Introduction -- Device Paradigm and Focal Practices -- Data Creation as a Focal Practice in Citizen Science and Participatory Mapping -- Diy Science as Focal Practice -- Towards Meaningful Data Production -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Index

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