I’m Martín Ortiz, a geographer from Buenos Aires Aires, Argentina. Currently, I'm taking a master degree in Statistics and I'm learning computer vision. Like most of us, I like maps, GIS, Data, and FOSS. QGIS and R are the main programs that I use.
Buenos Aires is one of the world capitals of culture. There are over 600 bookshops, 350 theaters, and more than 100 Art Galleries. But how is this cultural infraestructure located and distributed around the city? Is there an unequal access to culture?
In this talk, I'm going to present a methodology and a tools (from QGIS to OSRM - Open Source Route Machine) to analyze cultural accesibility and how spatial analysis help us to improve the planning.