The Centre for Geoinformatics acts as a focus for research into geoinformatics across the School of Geography and Geosciences and other disciplines at the University.

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Geoinformatics involves the collection, processing, analysis and display of spatial data sets. This includes any kind of spatial data, and may include spatio-temporal data.

Application areas include health, housing, environment, physical systems and movement ecology, urban analysis and digital humanities.

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