Research on uncertainty, its characterization, and its role in reasoning has a long tradition in the spatial sciences. Opportunities for further research are provided by the increasing availability of Open Data, data mined from non-traditional sources such as social media, and advances in visual analytics. This workshop will discuss and showcase visualization techniques for supporting analysts, theoreticians, researchers, and decision-makers to integrate uncertainty into decision-making and communicating the uncertainty inherent in their analyses. Applications span from climate change assessments, interpreting bushfire models, to spatially varying cancer risks. We will focus particularly on:
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