This module will cover aspects of geovisual analytics, working with applications related to time series of movement data of people, animals, and goods. The objective is to integrate, transform and visually analyze the data to reveal spatio-temporal patterns and trends.
This resulting integrated visual environment with interactive and dynamic map and diagram displays are based on a user-centred design, and when relevant will make use of VR technology.
- Geovisual analytics (0.5): Interactive visualization pipeline; visual sense making; movement data & time series
- Data analysis and transformation (0.5): Data transformation (qualitative, quantitative etc), visual clutter; design space
- User centred design (0.5): User requirements, flow map and other visual origin-destination representations
- Working environment (0.5): UX (user Interaction); functionality; Virtual reality
- Case study (3): Tool options; Qualitative and quantitative evaluation methods
Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate which will include the name of the course.
Along with your Certificate you will receive a Course Record providing the name, and if applicable, all the subjects studied as part of the course. It states: the course code, subject, EC credits, exam date, location and the mark awarded.
This certificate course is part of the accredited Master’s Geo-information Science and earth Observation at ITC. If you decide to take the full Master’s Geo-information Science and Earth Observation at ITC, the Examination Board will give you in principle exemption from the course you followed successfully as a certificate course.
Academic level and background
Applicants for the Certificate programme should have a Bachelor degree or equivalent from a recognized university in a discipline related to the course, preferably combined with working experience in a relevant field.
Some courses in the Certificate programme or separate modules require knowledge of, and skills in, working with GIS and/or digital image processing of remotely sensed data.
Skills in taught or related subjects are a prerequisite for some courses in the Certificate programme or separate modules. Even if the applicant satisfies the overall admission requirements, acceptance is not automatic.
The faculty accepts transcripts, degrees and diplomas in the following languages: Dutch, English, German, French and Spanish. It is at the discretion of the faculty to require additional English translations of all documents in other languages as well.
As all courses are given in English, proficiency in the English language is a prerequisite.
If you are a national of one of the countries in this list (PDF), you are exempted from an English language test.
Please note: the requirements when applying for fellowships may vary according to the regulations of the fellowship provider.
English language tests: minimum requirements
Only internationally recognised test results are accepted.
TOEFL Paper-based Test (PBT)
TOEFL Internet-based Test
British Council / IELTS
C2 Proficiency / C1 Advanced
Applicants lacking computer experience are strongly advised to follow basic courses in their home countries.