Posts Tagged ‘map’
As Wikileaks continues to move from server to server and DNS entries are shut down for various reasons, mirrors have cropped up around the world. Check out this neat interactive map that shows the growth from the 5th to the 7th. Anyone know why there are so many European mirrors? Wikileaks Mirror Network | vis4.net.
Typically, Visualization is done after the data is gathered or simulation, but a research study by Donald Appleyard back in 1969 flipped this around by turning the visualization into the data gathering step. Another chart plotted peoples’ perception of their “home territory” on the 3 different streets. On the heavily traffic street, residents drew red […]
The True Size and Importance of Africa (Map) : TreeHugger.
FirstPartner has some large “Market Maps” Available for download for several interesting markets like Augmented Reality, Location Services, and Mobile Media. The maps are available as large-sized PDF’s in a watermarked free version and paid printable version. To “buy” the free ones, you will have to supply a name and email. The price is a […]
To generate some buzz for the Web2.0 summit they created a fun map of the major web properties and social networks on an interactive website so that you can pan and zoom, and then watch how the various “countries” have begun to encroach on each other. More than any time in the history of the […]
A great story from Eddie Jabbour, chronicled by Julie Steele at O’Reilly Radar, tells the story of his desire to redesign the New York City subway map into something easier to understand and use, and then put it in the hands of users. While I personally find his design appealing, he’s found difficulties in distributing […]
The Washington Post has a well-made map of the Oil spill in the Gulf, showing a surprising amount of information in a small space. Still staggering from devastating hurricanes several years ago, residents and wildlife along the Gulf Coast are threatened again, this time from a potentially catastrophic oil spill. As shown in the map […]
The Icelandic volcano ‘Eyjafjallajokull’ (please don’t ask me to pronounce that) continues to spread ash over Europe, grounding airplanes and shutting down airports for a second day. The Guardian has a slideshow chart of the evolution of the ash cloud from the initial eruption, based on Met Office data. Eyjafjallajokull : Icelandic ash cloud over […]
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has created a project website for OpenPV to track solar energy installations across the US, and visualize the results. You can head over to the OpenPV Page and view maps showing the growth of solar energy sources from 2000 to today (a decade). With granularity of almost day-by-day, you […]
Wired’s Geekdad has a collection of 20 fun and geeky images captured by satellite and visible in everyone’s favorite map viewer Google Maps. Ranging from air force bases and the GooglePlex itself to crop designs and herds of animals, it’s a great collection. Space is full of images that make a geek’s heart flutter. But […]