Visualizing New York's New Bike Sharing System (Co.Exist)

Visualizing New York’s New Bike Sharing System (Co.Exist)

Two sets of interactive maps, from the New Yorker and O’Reilly Radar’s Jon Bruner, take a look at the new Citibike bike-share program in New…

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Mapping the Nation by Susan Schulten (Making Maps: DIY Cartography)

Mapping the Nation by Susan Schulten (Making Maps: DIY Cartography)

Susan Schulten is a professor of US History at the University of Denver, where she specializes on the history of maps. Her recent book Mapping…

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Every Building In Brooklyn, Mapped Out By Age (Co.Design)

Every Building In Brooklyn, Mapped Out By Age (Co.Design)

Beautiful maps incorporating a simple color ramp to show patterns of construction in Brooklyn. As you might expect, areas closer to Manhattan and along the…

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On the Ethics of Mapping: When does data collection cross the line?

On the Ethics of Mapping: When does data collection cross the line?

“I saw the chance to really work on an Internet scale, command hundred thousands of devices with a click of my mouse, portscan and map…

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'Nowcasting' Pollution on the Streets of London

‘Nowcasting’ Pollution on the Streets of London

From The Atlantic Cities, a (nearly) real-time map showing air quality and pollution in London. What’s more telling about these maps though, whether you live…

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Visualizing Practice- the NETWORKS we browse vs. the NET WORK we do by .

Visualizing Practice: the NETWORKS we browse vs. the NET WORK we do

ASLA’s Dirt blog has some rather interesting visualization of design-specific social networks that reveal subtle differences between the way that architects, landscape architects, and planners…

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