Sarah Williams
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Mobile landscapes: using location data from cell phones for urban analysis
C Ratti, D Frenchman, RM Pulselli, S Williams
Environment and planning B: Planning and design 33 (5), 727-748, 2006
The geography of buzz: art, culture and the social milieu in Los Angeles and New York
E Currid, S Williams
Journal of economic geography 10 (3), 423-451, 2010
Two cities, five industries: Similarities and differences within and between cultural industries in New York and Los Angeles
E Currid, S Williams
Journal of Planning Education and Research 29 (3), 322-335, 2010
The digital matatu project: Using cell phones to create an open source data for Nairobi's semi-formal bus system
S Williams, A White, P Waiganjo, D Orwa, J Klopp
Journal of Transport Geography 49, 39-51, 2015
The emergence of Los Angeles as a fashion hub: A comparative spatial analysis of the New York and Los Angeles fashion industries
S Williams, E Currid-Halkett
Urban Studies 48 (14), 3043-3066, 2011
Data action: Using data for public good
S Williams
MIT Press, 2020
Ghost cities of China: Identifying urban vacancy through social media data
S Williams, W Xu, SB Tan, MJ Foster, C Chen
Cities 94, 275-285, 2019
Digital neighborhoods
L Anselin, S Williams
Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban …, 2016
Applying machine learning and geolocation techniques to social media data (Twitter) to develop a resource for urban planning
S Milusheva, R Marty, G Bedoya, S Williams, E Resor, A Legovini
PloS one 16 (2), e0244317, 2021
Toward open source Kenya: Creating and sharing a GIS database of Nairobi
S Williams, E Marcello, JM Klopp
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (1), 114-130, 2014
City digits: Local lotto: Developing youth data literacy by investigating the lottery
S Williams, E Deahl, L Rubel, V Lim
Journal of Digital Media Literacy 1, 1-15, 2014
Commuting for women in Saudi Arabia: Metro to driving-Options to support women employment
S Williams, W Qiu, Z Al-awwad, A Alfayez
Journal of transport geography 77, 126-138, 2019
Leveraging cellphones for wayfinding and journey planning in semi-formal bus systems: Lessons from digital matatus in Nairobi
J Klopp, S Williams, P Waiganjo, D Orwa, A White
Planning support systems and smart cities, 227-241, 2015
Industry in motion: Using smart phones to explore the spatial network of the garment industry in New York City
S Williams, E Currid-Halkett
PloS one 9 (2), e86165, 2014
More than data: working with big data for civics
S Williams
ISJLP 11, 181, 2015
Evaluating sensors for the measurement of public life: A future in image processing
S Williams, C Ahn, H Gunc, E Ozgirin, M Pearce, Z Xiong
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 46 (8), 1534-1548, 2019
The lottery is a mathematics powerball
V Lim, L Rubel, L Shookhoff, M Sullivan, S Williams
Mathematics teaching in the middle school 21 (9), 526-532, 2016
Informal 2.0: Seeing and improving urban informal practices through digital technologies the digital matatus case in nairobi
J Klopp, D Orwa, P Waiganjo Wagacha, S Williams, A White
Field Actions Science Reports. The journal of field actions, 39-43, 2017
Towards a standard for paratransit data: lessons from developing GTFS data for Nairobi's Matatu System
J Klopp, J Mutua, D Orwa, P Waiganjo, A White, S Williams
Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2014
Data visualizations break down knowledge barriers in public engagement
S Williams
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