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This chapter is devoted to the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in time and space in Czechia and in a brief context of its neighboring countries. It is (except for the theoretical background and data description) thematically divided into three parts and uses different approaches in the analysis. The first part descriptively outlines the trajectories...
Objectives: The aim of the study was to investigate the variation in breast and cervical cancer screening attendance among Czech women by age and in regions in 2009-2017. Methods: The data from the health insurance company that covers around 50% of the Czech population were used to calculate age-specific attendance rates and standardized attenda...
Diachronic studies play a key role in the research and documentation of cultural heritage and its changes, ranging from architectural fragments to landscape. Regarding the reconstructions of lost cultural heritage sites, the determination of landscape conditions in the reconstructed era goes frequently unheeded. Often, only ruins and detached arche...
Virtual globes are technologies for visual navigation through a three-dimensional, multi-resolution model of the entire planet. Data representations used in virtual globes, however, lack geometric flexibility at high-resolution levels of the planet-wide terrain surface. This is a problem especially if boundaries between individual geospatial featur...
Aims of this study are the following: a) to conduct a descriptive analysis of the railway suicidality in Czechia b) to examine geographical differences in suicide rate across the municipalities of Czechia c) to detect suicide hot spots on the railway network of Czechia
The advancements in geospatial web technology triggered efforts for disclosure of valuable resources of historical collections. This paper focuses on the role of spatial data infrastructures (SDI) in such efforts. The work describes the interplay between SDI technologies and potential use cases in libraries such as cartographic heritage. The metada...
This paper proposes a spatial data infrastructure (SDI) module for management of a continuous flow of geospatial images and related metadata. Examples of such flows are continuosly acquired map scans from the digitalization process of an old maps collection, or the satellite imagery retrieved through a receiving station. Storage of the raster data...