Our Plan Oblique Europe map won the
Most Unique Map and the People’s Choice Award
at the 2014 FOSS4G Map Gallery contest!
Thanks to all who voted for our map!

The Cartography and Geovisualization Group at Oregon State University conducts research for the visualization and exploration of geographic data. We combine computer graphics and cartographic design principles to develop new methods and technologies for the visual representation and analysis of geospatial information.
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Atlas of Infectious Diseases

For iPads and iBooks

Examples of Our Work
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Interactive Plan Oblique Europe

Map showing mountains with a side view

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Crinkled Watercolor Map

Combines the Stamen Watercolor Map with shading and mountains viewed from aside

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Map Projection Selection Tool

Finds the most appropriate projection for your map

Adaptive Composite Map Projections Demo

Adaptive Composite Map Projections

Adjusts the projection to the visible map extent and central latitude

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Some of our research is described in this Citylab article about Making Better Digital Maps in an Era of Standardization