TEXAS TORNADOS

IN

Israel

 Map Credit: esri ArcGIS online

Presentation Slides

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The above video is a shortened version (made up of clips) of my 10 minute presentation on Morbidity and Mortality of Texas Tornado Outbreaks.

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Presentation Recording

Jan.16,2018

Tel Aviv,

Israel

Check out what the presentation room looked like! Click to expand.

VISUALIZING the CLASSIFICATIONS

A problem I came across while preparing my presentation was verbally explaining the classifications I created for the different control groups in my research. As seen on the right (and on slide 8 in the presentation slides above), I created symbols for each of the 4 categories of tornado groups that I compared. Though this still takes a little bit of explaining (which can be found in the presentation recording above), this creative and simple visualization is more intuitive and efficiently understood. 

Published Abstract

To the left is an image of the abstract that was published in IPRED V's Abstract eBook found here on page 185.

Below are the co-authors that assisted in this research during the CyberHeathGIS program.

Daniel Goldberg

Associate Professor 

Department of Geography

Tracy Hammond

Professor

Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Andrew Klein

Professor 

Department of Geography

Jennifer Horney

Department Head/Associate Professor

Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics 

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