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We've had a very full programme at NACIS this year, with 3 parallel tracks during the main conference, so it was very hard to pick and choose which presentations to go to. People have asked for a central place to share the presentation slides.

If you have presented at this year's NACIS conference and want to share your presentation slides or any links that you may have mentioned during your talk, or even just a small synopsis of what you presented on, please use this thread. You can attach PDF files or link to them if you have them on your own site.

This call also goes out to anybody who had a poster up, especially the students who participated in the student poster competition. I personally was very impressed by the quality of the work that was showcased and I've heard many people remarking on that as well.
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I'll go first ;)

My talk was during Practical Cartography Day, I presented some methods to improve the quality of automated text placement engines such as Maplex, LabelPro and Label-EZ (without going into specific details on those apps by the way). It is still very much a work in progress and I hope to either present or write about this in more detail in the not too distant future.
Attached File  Improve_text_placement_results_NACIS2011.pdf   2.42MB   123 downloads
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Hi folks,

I delivered the title "Interactive Cartography: What We Know and What We Need to Know" on Oct 13, 3:45pm in the Dynamic Mapping session. The slides are available for download at the above link through SlideShare.

If there is interest in creating a NACIS2011 SlideShare library, I am willing to contribute my presentation as well as past NACIS presentations.

Three cheers for NACIS!
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Aaron Straup Cope's contribution to the Art in Modern Cartography session: http://www.aaronland...xelspace/#nacis
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Here's Mamata Akella's presentation on new patterns in online basemap design.Attached File  Akella_Yule_Esri_Canvas_Basemap_Design_NACIS2011.pdf   6.79MB   141 downloads
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I'll be blogging about my PCD at some point in the future, I hope. Meanwhile, though, I want to let everyone know that the posters from the map galley are going to be uploaded on another thread, in the Map Gallery section: http://www.cartotalk...p...=40348&st=0

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I gave a talk on Mapping local food systems during the session on Designing for our Environment. The Prezi is here.

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I gave a demo at PCD of software for "texture shading," a new method of showing terrain relief. The software is available free at www.box.net/textureshading, along with last year's slides which give an introduction to the topic, and some sample images including those I showed at PCD.

If you download the software, check back for occasional updates. If you like, email me through CartoTalk and I'll let you know when changes are made, or with a free Box.net account you can "join" my folder to get notified of updates.

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Imus Geographics' USA Map
[Dave asked me to post this for him. It's a 72 dpi jpeg, about 3.5 mb. - Pat]
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Here is my image-heavy presentation on the NPS National Mall mobile application. Better yet, get the app for free on Apple App Store or Google Android Marketplace (soon).

National Mall App Presentation

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Patrick Hoffman's presentations are online
Keynote: Attached File  phofmann_keynote_nacis.pdf   4.17MB   106 downloads
The influence of contemporary Swiss and German design: Attached File  phofmann_art_in_cartography.pdf   6.03MB   93 downloads
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Andrew Stauffer's presentation on multi-scale terrain representation.
Attached File  NACIS_2011_TerrainGen_sm.pdf   3.4MB   95 downloads

A high-res version is available here, courtesy of Nathaniel V. Kelso.
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Alex Tait's presentation on the interactive map of the Battle of Fredericksburg is here, courtesy of Nathaniel V. Kelso.
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I presented "No Little Plans: Exploring Rapid Transit Development in North America Through the Lens of Plan Design" during the Decision Support Design session, Friday October 14 at 3:15. I've posted my slides and my comments here.

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Matthew Hampton's LIDAR presentation.
Attached File  Lidar101_Hampton_opt.pdf   3.6MB   101 downloads
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