Geospatial map and KML for review on Mental Health In Construction Industry 1993-2018

Published: 24 October 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/4bnzkk2hft.1
Janet Nwaogu


A geospatial analysis of mental health in construction industry research was carried out using CiteSpace. The Keyhole Markup Language (KML) function was used, it was then converted into animated maps with the Google Earth application. It provides author's geographic location and their publications. The Google Earth map provides for exploring author's location and collaborations. Also, through a click on the DOI link, the articles of the authors can be assessed directly. The red lines signify co-authored papers in recent years while the green lines tells of older collaborations.


Steps to reproduce

To access the KMZ files, first, download Google Earth. Then, click on the KMZ files, download from Mendeley and then click on the download file. After the maps shows on the Google Maps, click on nodes (end), zoom larger, red dots will appear, navigate through each dot. The dots tells location and another the author name and link to the article.


Hong Kong Polytechnic University


Mental Health, Construction Industry