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I see you found a solution with the ESRI grayscale map and I remember that development seed map it looked so good!! Just for anyone else that may come by this question I have found Snazzy maps www.snazzymaps.com to be an easy way to customize a google maps style. I couldn't quite get the same look as the dev seed map but I was to get something close I think ...
The leaflet data visualization DFV is awesome I edited the last example and showed ON OFF passengers in each stop in the Bus line here the example Charts in Leaflet
I found an extension of Leaflet Data Visualization Framework Leaflet Visualisation specially for charts all types of charts
Have you considered just adding own layers for regions where multiple species occur? For example, if you have the species A which is visualized green, and the species B which is visualized red, just make the regions where both of them occur blue. Might be a bit too simplistic, but it works in my mind.
I have created 3 polygons called Deer Lions Bears, and used the Tranparency slider on the colour. the transparent colours show which polygons overlap
I generally agree with all the flow map/change in color strategies listed, but this question is old and I was trying to think of alternative strategies. I was thinking that if you are tracking GPS at some timed interval, a path's speed would look like flow density (ie, going slow - recorded observations would be dense, going fast - the recorded observations ...
Additional alternatives to visualize LiDAR point data or LiDAR DEMs within QGIS were also reported in the following posts: Visualizing a LiDAR point cloud in 3D with GRASS? - (GRASS; LiDAR .xyz). Importing LiDAR .txt in QGIS for map conversion - (QGIS, LiDAR .txt). Creating DEM from las file without using Lastools - (SAGA and Fusion; LiDAR DEM). How to ...
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