Doing Research Online (How-to Guides): How to Do Locative Mapping and Data Collection Using Smartphones

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Abstract

Locative mapping with smartphones is the process of collecting geo data using mobile applications that tells something about a place, based on user input. Results are typically visualized using maps. Usually when such data is collected, the researcher is interested in more than just the location of a person. Perhaps the researcher would like to ask some questions, add a photo or make a voice recording. Questions such as what types of data you want to collect and with whom greatly influence how to design this data collection process. In this HowTo we aim to guide you through such a process and help you make the best decision what software is best for your project. We further elaborate on how such a data collection process can be paired with participatory methods to get a deeper level of understanding of the data collected.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages31
JournalSAGE Research Methods: Doing Research Online
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jul 2022

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