David Medyckyj-Scott
David Medyckyj-Scott
Informatics, Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research Ltd
Verified email at landcareresearch.co.nz
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Human factors in Geographical Information Systems
D Medyckyj-Scott, H Hearnshaw
London, Bellhaven, 1993
169*1993
GIS users observed
C Davies, D Medyckyj-Scott
International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 10 (4), 363-384, 1996
801996
GIS usability: recommendations based on the user's view
C Davies, D Medyckyj-Scott
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 8 (2), 175-189, 1994
711994
Human spatial cognition: Its relevance to the design and use of spatial information systems
D Medyckyj-Scott, M Blades
Geoforum 23 (2), 215-226, 1992
561992
Multiple viewshed analysis using GIS and its archaeological application: a case study in Northern Mull
CLN Ruggles, DJ Medyckyj-Scott, A Gruffydd
Computing the past. Proc. of the CAA92 conference, Aarhus, Denmark, 27-29, 1993
501993
A system for identifying datasets for GIS users
DRF Walker, IA Newman, DJ Medyckyj-Scott, CLN Ruggles
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 6 (6), 511-527, 1992
501992
Visualization and human-computer interaction in GIS
D Medyckyj-Scott
Visualization in geographical information systems, 200-211, 1994
431994
Site location, landscape visibility, and symbolic astronomy: a Scottish case study
CLN Ruggles, DJ Medyckyj-Scott
New Methods, Old Problems: Geographic Information Systems in Modern …, 1996
411996
Discovering environmental data: metadatabases, network information resource tools and the GENIE system
D Medyckyj-Scott, M Cuthbertson, I Newman
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 10 (1), 65-84, 1996
301996
Metadata in the Geosciences: Papers Derived from a Symposium Sponsored by the UK Association for Geographic Information
D Medyckyj-Scott
Group D Publications, 1991
281991
The e-MapScholar project—an example of interoperability in GIScience education
RS Purves, DJ Medyckyj-Scott, WA Mackaness
Computers & Geosciences 31 (2), 189-198, 2005
202005
Introduction: The importance of human factors
C Davies, D Medyckyj-Scott, HM Hearnshaw, D Unwin
Visualization in geographical information systems, Chichester, New York, 189-192, 1994
191994
Feet on the ground: Studying user-GIS interaction in the workplace
C Davies, D Medyckyj-Scott
Cognitive aspects of human-computer interaction for Geographic Information …, 1995
171995
The virtual placement: an alternative to the traditional work placement in the geographical sciences?
S Cornelius, D Medyckyj-Scott, D Forrest, A Williams, W Mackaness
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 32 (2), 287-302, 2008
162008
Spatial Data Infrastructures and Digital Libraries
JS Reid, C Higgins, D Medyckyj-Scott, A Robson, G Square
D-Lib Magazine 10 (5), 1082-9873, 2004
162004
eScience for Sea Science: a semantic scientific knowledge infrastructure for marine scientists
K Stock, A Robertson, F Reitsma, T Stojanovic, M Bishr, D Medyckyj-Scott, ...
2009 Fifth IEEE International Conference on e-Science, 110-117, 2009
142009
If only someone had said! Human and organisational barriers to GIS success
S Cornelius, D Medyckyj-Scott
Mapping Awareness 5 (7), 21-28, 1991
121991
The way forward for human factors in GIS
H Hearnshaw, D Medyckyj-Scott
Human factors in Geographical Information Systems, 235-243, 1993
111993
GIS and the concept of Usability
D Medyckyj-Scott
Mark M. and Frank A.(1992), 92-93, 1992
101992
Users' cognitive representations of space: Their relevance to the design of Geographical Information Systems
DJ Medyckyj-Scott, M Blades
Midlands Regional Research Laboratory Report No. 13, 1990
101990
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