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I am looking for GIS software that performs space time cube visualization.

I am studying the incidence of dengue at data points that represent a collection of ovitraps (traps to catch the mosquitoes' eggs), with an attribute representing the number of eggs caught each week at that location.

The data structure are multipoints, so when a select a specific point (an geolocated ovitrap), multiple regists are selected and these include the number of eggs caught in a specific week.

My goal is use a space time cube to see the number of eggs caught every week in different ovitraps, as shown in the image below. I want to analyze spatio-temporal patterns.

I've tried the space time cube from arcgis, but it just works with the number of points in the space, for example, the number of geolocated people infected in some region.

I have a set of points (ovitraps) that catch mosquito eggs. They are not generated by a random process like in the example above, but were placed by people with the goal to monitor mosquito activity at a specific places through time.

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closed as unclear what you're asking by PolyGeo Feb 6 '17 at 5:47

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  • What GIS software do you use for other purposes? Have you tried searching for it along with 'space time cube'? – PolyGeo Jul 20 '16 at 15:42
  • I try to used the space time cube from arcgis, but i can not do what a i want because the arcgis space time cube tool just work with the amoung of points in the space, for example, the geolocated people infected in some region. – mauricio santos Jul 20 '16 at 15:49
  • Please edit your question to explain that. – PolyGeo Jul 20 '16 at 15:52
  • I try to used the space time cube from arcgis, but i can not do what a i want because the arcgis space time cube tool just work with the amoung of points in the space, for example, the geolocated people infected in some region. What a have is a set of points (ovitraps) that catch mosquitoes eggs. so they are not random, they were placed by people with the goal to monitorize the mosquitoes activity in a specfific places by time. – mauricio santos Jul 20 '16 at 15:55
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    Please clarify "The data structure are multipoints, so when a select a specific point (an geolocated ovitrap), multiple regists are selected and these include the number of eggs caught in a specific week." – Kirk Kuykendall Jul 20 '16 at 17:06