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Edgar Baculi

Born and raised in Toronto, Edgar is a Ryerson University student, ambitious to learn and be involved. Majoring in Geographic Analysis, he is also pursuing two Minors in History and Sociology for his Bachelor of Arts. In the 2013 - 2014 school year, he is the Second-Year Student Association of Geographic Analysis Representative and a Research/ GIS Database Assistant in the Department of Geography.

Articles by Edgar Baculi

Content and Growth of Municipal Open Data Catalogues

The open data movement has been the talk of the nation, encouraging transparency of governance and good management of data.…

Team Ryerson at the 2014 Spatial Knowledge Information (SKI) Conference in Banff, Alberta

On February 6-9, 2014, Dr. Claus Rinner, Associate Professor of Geography and Program Director of the Master of Spatial Analysis…

Evolving Education, Geography, Geomatics & going beyond “What is the Capital of?” in Canada

When I was in high school I developed an interest in geography as a field of study and perhaps a…

Designing with Information: GIS with Dimension, Ease of Use & Visually Unique

Geomatics and other industries which desire data in accurate yet visually stimulating presentations of communication and information are frequently turning…

The Mapping & Analysis of Violent Injury in Canadian Cities

After experiencing another Toronto social event thanks to GoGeomatics Canada, I am reminded of how a night out can increase…

The Modern Metropolis & the Role of Geomatics: Toronto City Age Conference Review

On Thursday, May 16, 2013 and the following Friday in Toronto, I had the privilege of attending a conference on…

Original map by John Snow showing the clusters of cholera cases in the London epidemic of 1854

Looking Back at my First Year, GIS & Geographic Analysis at Ryerson University

After successfully completing my first year at Ryerson University in Toronto, I wanted to share some thoughts about my experiences.…