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The Greek island of Creteis an ancient land and the largest of the Greek slands and lies outstretched at the southern edge of Europe.

Look on any map of Greece and you’ll find this Greek island embraced by the bluest of blue Mediterranean, Aegean, Ionian and Libyan Seas gently caressing the golden sands of its 450 or so pristine beaches. The villages, mountains, gorges and beach resorts in Crete are drenched in glowing sunshine for over 300 days a year.

It is the most southerly Greek Island and furthest south point in Europe. So it is little wonder that holidays to Crete are so popular.

The Greek island of Creteis a very popular destination for holidays and vacations of all kinds. Holidays in Crete are available in many varieties from a wide selection of budget studios and apartments, self-catering villas to a choice of all inclusive 5 star luxury hotels. There is so much choice in types of hotels in Crete.

So there is somewhere to enjoy holidays to Crete for everyone and every budget. The stunning beach resorts in Crete are not the only draw for visitors to this Greek island as there is so much more that this island offers. There is something for everyone with wonderful landscapes, mountains and gorges, walking, biking and hiking routes, water sports and diving and many sites of historical interest to visit.

There are many direct flights to Crete from the UK and other European countries during the main season making holidays to Crete easy and convenient. International flights to Crete bring visitors to Chania Airport and the busier Heraklion Airport throughout the holiday season. You can sometimes pick up cheap flights to Crete in spring or autumn. Sitia airport is mainly for internal Greek air traffic.

The Cretans of course! These are a people and community who are warm and welcoming. They embrace all visitors, helping them enjoy all the attractions and holiday resorts of this magnificent island.

The Minoans lived here, as did the Romans, Byzantines, Turks, and Venetians at different ages in history. Now it is becoming home once again, to discerning non-Greeks from far and wide who, like us, have fallen head over heels in love with the lifestyle this Greek island paradise offers.

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Landscape architects design parks and the outdoor spaces of campuses, recreational facilities, businesses, private homes, and other open areas.

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Landscape architects use various technologies in their work. For example, using CADD software, landscape architects prepare models of their proposed work. They present these models to clients for feedback and then prepare the final look of the project. Many landscape architects also use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) which offer GPS coordinates of different geographical features. This helps landscape architects design different environments by providing clues on where to start planning and how to anticipate future effects of the landscape, such as rainfall running into a valley.

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Statistics Netherlands (CBS) wants to make its data even more accessible. One effective way to do this is through data visualisation. In that light, CBS has teamed up with the Business Intelligence en Smart Services (BISS) Institute, a partnership between the Open University, Maastricht University en Zuyd University of Applied Sciences (faculty Maastricht Academy of Media, Design and Technology). Mr Kay Schröder, a senior lecturer at Zuyd University and associated with the BISS institute, is currently working with CBS to develop the most effective visualisation and exploration methods for CBS data.

Understanding data

As the saying goes, a picture says more than a thousand words. But this is certainly also the case for numbers, as these are becoming increasingly important, according to Kay Schröder. ‘Society is steeped in data, understanding them is becoming more and more important.’ The aim of collaborating with CBS is to find out which type of visualisation is best suited for efficient presentation and exploration of data. ‘Over the coming few months, we shall focus on developing prototypes in the field of open data visualisation’, Schröder explains. A core expertise of BISS lies in the smart interaction between humans and data. Their Human-Data Interaction Lab plays a key role in this regard. ‘That is where we not only develop new forms of visualisation, but also test and assess them along with co-workers and students. This is how we work continuously towards improving visualisations.’

Another key strength of BISS is its close cooperation with the Maastricht Academy of Media, Design and Technology. ‘Data visualisation is often organised within an IT department, but we are also drawing on the expertise available within the Academy in the areas of design, film production and media. Aside from this, BISS’ work has overlaps in many other areas of expertise such as data science and analytics’. Schröder is enthusiastic about partnering with CBS. ‘CBS is not just a source of open data, it is also an organisation which is looking to present these data to a large audience in a clear and concise manner. In addition to the fact that CBS is just around the corner here in Heerlen, this is a great starting point for fruitful cooperation.’

Schröder has worked in data visualisation for over ten years and has received various international awards for his work. He has led large international projects in data visualisation and data communication, including projects for the United Nations (IPCC) World Climate Programme. Data visualisation looks set to become increasingly interactive, he predicts. Inspiring examples are visualisations in the New York Times in the form of storytelling where, for example, a graph is not a static item but an interactive presentation giving the user an overview of a particular development. ‘The data are leading while the text is additional. As you scroll down, a complete story unfolds before you’, Schröder explains, ‘standing in contrast with the classic standard graph presentation also used by CBS, where the text is often leading.’ That said, storytelling is only one of numerous innovative methods in data visualisation. Therefore, it is still hard to say which particular types of visualisation will come out of this collaboration project as being the most suitable: ‘The power of this collaboration lies in developing and enhancing visualisations. In time, the gathered know-how and the results will be incorporated into CBS’ production workflow.’

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