The Platial Analysis Lab is a research group based out of McGill University at the intersection of geoinformatics, behavioral geography, computational and information science. As the name suggests, the Platial Analysis Lab pulls apart the concept of place, taking a data-driven and behavioral approach to understanding the dimensions that contribute to how we understand and explain the world around us.
Topics of Interest include:
• Quantitative dimensions of Place and Space
• Human activity patterns and trajectory analysis
• Location privacy and security
• Geographic knowledge representation
• Analytical and behavioral geographic science
• Neighborhood and vague regional boundary delineation
• Spatio-temporal data mining
Interested in joining the group as a graduate or undergraduate student researcher? Send us an email
along with your CV and research interests or stop by and say hi.