Maps are an excellent way to present data that have spatial components. However, when
the data being presented vary over time, a simple two-dimensional map ignores an
important feature of the data. An animated map that shows a series of two-dimensional
maps at successive points in time allows one to add a time dimension to the display of data.
The study presented in this paper proposes a distributed service-oriented architecture to
create map animations from spatiotemporal datasets. We extend open standards’ GIS web
services definitions with topic-based publish-subscribe paradigm, which best suits to the
animation requirements. The effectiveness of the technique is demonstrated on exploratory
data analysis on Turkey’s earthquake seismic data records at the end of the paper.
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