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Architects' drawings reflect a sequence of design actions, from primitive moves to complex strategies. Careful analysis of drawings can reveal an architect's method of design. Graphics Interpreter of Design Action (GIDA) is a graphical spreadsheet sorting program to help researchers and designers identify and analyze individual drawings and their symbol systems, as well as the transformations of composite elements in a series of drawings.
last updated 8.28.2006 by Mark D Gross