Publications

  1. Shelton, T. and A. Poorthuis (2019). The nature of neighborhoods: using big data to rethink the geographies of Atlanta’s Neighborhood Planning Unit system. Annals of the American Association of Geographers (109) 5, pp. 1341-1361.
  2. Zook, M. and A. Poorthuis (2019). The Geography and Gaze of the Selfie. In: C. Lukinbeal, L. Sharp, E. Sommerlad and A. Esscher (Eds.), Media's Mapping Impulse. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.
  3. Zook, M., T. Shelton and A. Poorthuis (2019). Big Data and the City. In: T. Schwanen and R. van Kempen (Eds.), Handbook of Urban Geography. Cheltanham: Edward Elgar.
  4. Poorthuis, A. (2018). How to Draw a Neighborhood? The Potential of Big Data, Regionalization, and Community Detection for Understanding the Heterogeneous Nature of Urban Neighborhoods. Geographical Analysis (50) 2, pp. 182-203.
  5. van Meeteren, M. and A. Poorthuis (2018). Christaller and “big data”: recalibrating central place theory via the geoweb. Urban Geography (39) 1, pp. 122-148.
  6. Steentoft, A., A. Poorthuis, B. Lee and M. Schläpfer (2018). The canary in the city: indicator groups as predictors of local rent increases. EPJ Data Science, pp. 7-21.
  7. Poorthuis, A. (2018). Big Data Visualization. The Geographic Information Science & Technology Body of Knowledge.
  8. Poorthuis, A. and M. Zook (2017). Making Big Data Small: Strategies to Expand Urban and Geographical Research Using Social Media. Journal of Urban Technology (24) 4, pp. 115-135.
  9. Zook, M., A. Poorthuis and R. Donohue (2017). Mapping Spaces: Cartographic Representations of Online Data. In: N. Fielding, R. Lee and G. Blank (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Online Research Methods. London: Sage.
  10. van Meeteren, M., A. Poorthuis and B. Derudder (2016). Pacifying Babel's Tower: A scientometric analysis of polycentricity in urban research. Urban Studies (53) 6, pp. 1278-1298.
  11. Poorthuis, A., M. Zook, T. Shelton, M. Graham and M. Stephens (2016). Using Geotagged Digital Social Data in Geographic Research. In: N. Clifford, M. Cope, T. Gillespie and S. French (Eds.), Key Methods in Geography. London: Sage.
  12. Shelton, T., A. Poorthuis and M. Zook (2015). Social media and the city: Rethinking urban socio-spatial inequality using user-generated geographic information. Landscape and Urban Planning (142), pp. 198-211.
  13. Pfeffer, K., H. Verrest and A. Poorthuis (2015). Big Data for Better Urban Life? – An Exploratory Study of Critical Urban Issues in Two Caribbean Cities: Paramaribo (Suriname) and Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago). The European Journal of Development Research (27), pp. 502-522.
  14. Stephens, M. and A. Poorthuis (2015). Follow thy neighbor: Connecting the social and the spatial networks on Twitter. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems (53), pp. 87-95.
  15. Poorthuis, A. and M. Zook (2015). Small Stories in Big Data: Gaining Insights From Large Spatial Point Pattern Datasets. Cityscape (17) 1, pp. 151-160.
  16. Poorthuis, A. and M. Zook (2014). Spaces of Volunteered Geographic Information. In: P. Adams, J. Craine and J. Dittmer (Eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to Media Geography. London: Routledge.
  17. Shelton, T., A. Poorthuis, M. Graham and M. Zook (2014). Mapping the data shadows of Hurricane Sandy: Uncovering the sociospatial dimensions of ‘big data’. Geoforum (52), pp. 167-179.
  18. Crampton, J., S. Roberts and A. Poorthuis (2013). The New Political Economy of Geographical Intelligence. Annals of the Association of American Geographers (104) 1, pp. 196-214.
  19. Poorthuis, A. and M. Zook (2014). Artists and Bankers and Hipsters, Oh My! Mapping Tweets in the New York Metropolitan Region. Cityscape (16) 2, pp. 169-172.
  20. Zook, M. and A. Poorthuis (2014). Offline Brews and Online Views: Exploring the Geography of Beer Tweets. In: M. Patterson and N. Pullen (Eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to Media Geography. Dordrecht: Springer.
  21. Crampton, J., M. Graham, A. Poorthuis, T. Shelton, M. Stephens, M. Wilson and M. Zook (2013). Beyond the geotag: situating ‘big data’ and leveraging the potential of the geoweb. Cartography and Geographic Information Science (40) 2, pp. 130-139.