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Establishing the Process of Spatial Informatization Using Data from Social Network Services
Eo, Seung-Won; Lee, Youngmin; Yu, Kiyun; Park, Woojin;
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 Abstract
Prior knowledge about the SNS (Social Network Services) datasets is often required to conduct valuable analysis using social media data. Understanding the characteristics of the information extracted from SNS datasets leaves much to be desired in many ways. This paper purposes on analyzing the detail of the target social network services, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube to establish the spatial informatization process to integrate social media information with existing spatial datasets. In this study, valuable information in SNS datasets have been selected and total 12,938 data have been collected in Seoul via Open API. The dataset has been geo-coded and turned into the point form. We also removed the overlapped values of the dataset to conduct spatial integration with the existing building layers. The resultant of this spatial integration process will be utilized in various industries and become a fundamental resource to further studies related to geospatial integration using social media datasets.
 Keywords
Social Network Service;Spatial Informatization;Spatial Integration;Data Conversion;
 Language
English
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