Beyond
Mapping Compilation Series
by Joseph K. Berry
…Beyond Mapping columns appearing in GeoWorld (formally GIS
World) magazine
from March 1989
through December 2013.
Most
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Combined Index
with hyperlinks to individual
Beyond Mapping columns
****** In Preparation ******
Table Overview:
The Combined
Index identifies where key words and phrases appear in the four
books in the Beyond Mapping Compilation Series.
Table Structure:
Key Word/Phrase 
Book IV GIS
Modeling (Column 2) 
Book III Map
Analysis (Column 3) 
Book II Spatial
Reasoning (Column 4) 
Book I Beyond
Mapping (Column 5) 
Key
Word/Phrase
(Column 1) is an alphabetical
listing of key words/phrases appearing in the books. Many of the key words/phrases have multiple
occurrences in one or more of the books.
Books (Columns 2 through 5) identify the books in the series. Entries in these columns identify/link to the
Topic and Section or subsection in a book that contains
discussion of the key word/phrase listed in column1 for that row (table record).
The Occurrence Code hyperlinks identify the Topic (“T_”), Section (“S_”)
or Further Reading Subsection (“R_”). For example—
T3S1 in column 3, identifies Book III, Topic 3, Section 1
T10S3 in column 5,
identifies Book I, Topic 10, Section 3
T8S3R5 in column 2, identifies
Book IV, Topic 8, Section 3, Further
Reading Subsection 5.
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four books that discusses the listed key word/phrase
Key Word/Phrase (Column 1) 
Book IV GIS
Modeling (Column 2) 
Book III Map
Analysis (Column 3) 
Book II Spatial
Reasoning (Column 4) 
Book I Beyond
Mapping (Column 5) 
A 




Analytical classes 

T3S1 


Arithmetic mean 

T2S3, T5S3 


Averages 

T2S3, T3S4, T3S6, 


B 




Balancing 

T9S3, T10S5 


Base maps 

T8S2 


C 




Cartographic modeling 

EpilogS2 


Coefficient of variation 

T2S3, T3S4, T8S3, T9S1, T9S2 


Clusters, data 

T10S5 


D 




Data 




and information 

T2S1, T3S1, T6S2 


gridbased 

T1S1 


layers 

T2S1, T2S2 


linked or indexed tables 

T1S1, T2S1 


mapped 

IntroS1, T1S2 


mining 

T2S4, T10S6 


vectorbased 

T1S1 


Databases 




management 

IntroS1, T1S1 


spatial 

EpilogS1 


Display types 

T1S1 


E 




Effective distance 

T2S1, T2S2, T4S2, T4S4, T8S1 


F 




Flowcharts 

T5S4, T7S3, T8S2, T8S3, T10S6 


Formulae, see also Models 




classification 

T3S1 


distance two points 

T2S2, T4S3, T4S4, T9S3 


weighted average 

T3S4, T6S3, T7S2, T7S3, T9S3 


gravity model 




intersect two lines 




normal distribution 




slope and aspect 




spatial 




standardizing data 




trend surface models 




G 




Geographic Information Systems 




analytic operations 




as decision support system 




and general users 




evolution 




graphical interface 




“guaranteed income stream” 




multifaceted community 




revolution 




“spatial spreadsheet” 




suitability modeling 




Global positioning system 




applications 




integrated GIS/GPS/RS 




H 




Hardware advances 




Hugag example 




I 




Inverse distance interpolation 




Iterative smoothing interpolation 




J 









K 




Knowledge 




lines of 




Kriging interpolation 




L 




Layers 




“Lighttable gymnastics” 




Lineofsight buffers 




M 




Map analysis 




and modeling 




approaches 




limitation 




quantitative 




sequence 




tools 




Maps 




base map 




binary 




cluster 




coincidence table 




comparison 




digital 




discrete 




discretecost 




error propagation 




“floating” 




prescriptive analysis 




residual analysis 




similarity 




shadow maps of certainty 




uncertainty 




Models and modeling 




analytical 




binary 




calibration 




cartographic 




distance buffers 




empirical 




error propagation 




logical levels 




“mapematical” 




mathematical 




multiplicative 




overlay operations 




predictive 




prescriptive 




rating 




simple proximity 




spatial 




static 




statistical 




suitability modeling 




surface 




types 




weighting 




N 




Number of samples 




O 




Objectoriented programming 




P 




Polynomial fitting 




Preferred route calculations 




Precision Farming 




Predictive modeling 




Q 









R 




Rasters 




compared with vectors 




data model 




Reach 




Reclassification 




Remote sensing 




Residualanalysis 




Routing 




optimal path 




preferred route calculation 




S 




Shadow maps of certainty 




Spatial analysis 




aggregated 




context 




spatial dependency 




spatial database mgt software 




Spatial interpolation 




Spatial modeling 




Spatial reasoning 




Spatial statistics 




Spatially aggregated reporting 




Standard deviation 




Standard normal variable maps 




Statistics 




descriptive 




predictive 




prescriptive 




Surfaces 




smoothing techniques 




interactively smoothed 




polynomial fitting 




T 









U 









V 




Variablewidth buffers 




Vector 




algebra 




compared with raster 




data model 




defined 




points, lines and areas 




processing 




Visual exposure 




calculating 




routing example 




W 




Weighting 












































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