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The representation of data in a viewable medium or format

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Two more examples on building energy/heat issues. National Heat Map from UK showing heat demand from buildings with pretty nice interactive tool for calculating stats for user defined areas. (More in …
answered Mar 29 '12 by radek
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The NY Times created yet another nice interactive map of building (parcel?) level Sandy's damages: A Survey of the Flooding in N.Y.C. After the Hurricane (via Google maps mania) And IDV Solutions …
answered Nov 22 '12 by radek
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Building footprints in the Boston area coded according to their proximity to liquor licenses: (Source and more info)
answered Feb 28 '12 by radek
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giCentre @ CITY University London has created geoMap. It's quite young project but there is some documentation available and code samples.
answered Mar 1 '12 by radek
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CartoDB blog points to an interesting project: Welcome to 1940s New York. Excellent example of marrying the output of 1943 New York City Market Analysis with modern visualization tools:
answered Jun 5 '12 by radek
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Watching episode of BBC's Filthy Cities I stumbled upon one more classic example, simmilar to Booth's map pointed by Andy W. It's a Sanitary Map and Social Chart of the Fourth Ward of the City of New …
answered Mar 16 '12 by radek
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I have recently stumbled upon a presentation and paper by Duncan Smith exploring geovisualization of 2001 area classification of output areas using building level resolution of urban area (London in t …
asked Mar 22 '11 by radek
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For the purpose of visualization of time using 'space time aquarium' where in 3D space you can use X and Y to represent location in space and Y to represent time. Two names that would be helpful ex …
answered Nov 18 '10 by radek
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Can you point me to examples of interesting scientific posters featuring results of geospatial analysis and/or geovisualizations?
asked May 10 '11 by radek
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For ready to use solutions: TileMill to style and MapBox to publish your maps. CartoDB to harness PostGIS power in the cloud. (Example of what you can achieve) Google Fusion Tables also have mapping …
answered Oct 20 '12 by radek
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Stuart Eve is experimenting with using game engines to display archaeological GIS data. He coined the term of embodied GIS (see this paper for more details) and has an upcoming (hopefully) series of b …
answered Jul 12 '12 by radek
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GIS Use in Public Health and Health Care blog has a list of US tornado related visualizations, among them this NY Times one:
answered May 7 '11 by radek
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Apparently in US tornadoes frequency doesn't correlate with amount of deaths@ Via highlyallochthonous
answered May 10 '11 by radek
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I stumbled upon interesting visualization of global connectivity patterns: 'Major road and rail networks in Africa, along with transmission line and underwater cable data.' (Source, more pic …
asked Oct 27 '11 by radek
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I'm working with a time series of choropleth maps showing the same indicator for the same administrative boundaries, but spanning period of nine years. What would be the most appropriate strategy of …
asked Apr 26 '13 by radek

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