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You might try SharpGIS SqlSpatial Query Tool.
Besides CartoDB, the OpenStreetMap community made a few tools for making a video out of a set of GPS tracks. The original on was "Party Render" which will produce a video like this one for example. It's a bunch of old python scripts. Since then we've seen a been a bunch of Party render#Alternatives We used to use GPS a lot during "Mapping Parties" (These ...
plas.io is pretty nice and very easy to get going quickly. I presume the performance to be dependent on the client's ram and cpu. I had no trouble with ~350mb raw .las file in Firefox. .laz files will load faster than .las, because they're compressed and copy faster. There is no content difference once loaded however. To load your own data click the word ...
If you want to emphasize areas where the old people live, only display their dots. Mayne use a setup with layers for different age groups or a small multiples approach. If you want to show a ratio, for example "this place has more old than young people", use any kind of choropleth map. Hexbinning or another kind of same shapes is one way, if you want to use ...
try hex binning. https://github.com/minus34/postgis-scripts/tree/master/hex-grid here is some code for creating hex grids over Australia at varying levels put together by @Minus34. It's very useful for being able to show the large amount of point data into useful and spatially identical areas.
If you have R Studio (it's a free software), you can use the converter located here to easily convert large GML files to GeoJSON: https://gist.github.com/geotheory/7103991
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