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ChoiceMaps: A New Way to Measure Neighborhoods

ChoiceMaps is a new tool developed by WalkScore that allows users to evaluate the “choice depth” of neighborhoods. from ChoiceMaps: A New Way to Measure Neighborhoods — Walk Score Blog. “It’s great to see more cities adopting plans with goals around

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ChoiceMaps: A New Way to Measure Neighborhoods

ChoiceMaps is a new tool developed by WalkScore that allows users to evaluate the “choice depth” of neighborhoods. from ChoiceMaps: A New Way to Measure Neighborhoods — Walk Score Blog. “It’s great to see more cities adopting plans with goals around

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Conference on New Urban models based on collective intelligence

Javier Lima from Mobivery will present the ✳UrbanSensing project at this conference “SMART CITIES. ” Hacia nuevos modelos urbanos basados en la Inteligencia Colectiva” on May 7th 2013 in Madrid.    

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Conference on New Urban models based on collective intelligence

Javier Lima from Mobivery will present the ✳UrbanSensing project at this conference “SMART CITIES. ” Hacia nuevos modelos urbanos basados en la Inteligencia Colectiva” on May 7th 2013 in Madrid.    

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Civic Data Challenge 2013

The Civic Data Challenge (an initiative from the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation) turns the raw data of ‘civic health’ into useful applications and visualizations that have direct impact on public decision-making. In order to

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Civic Data Challenge 2013

The Civic Data Challenge (an initiative from the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation) turns the raw data of ‘civic health’ into useful applications and visualizations that have direct impact on public decision-making. In order to

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Could Twitter help urban planners improve transport networks?

As far as data analysis is concerned, Twitter is primarily used for retrospective tracking of sentiment and other social data, but could geolocated Tweets be used to plan for the future? Data-mapping work by Eric Fischer suggests that it could. If the

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Could Twitter help urban planners improve transport networks?

As far as data analysis is concerned, Twitter is primarily used for retrospective tracking of sentiment and other social data, but could geolocated Tweets be used to plan for the future? Data-mapping work by Eric Fischer suggests that it could. If the

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SHIPPR

Shippr is riding the seas of maritime information looking for signals. A datajournalism research project by Maurits de Bruijn and Juha van ‘t Zelfde.   Shippr at Curating Reality from Shippr

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SHIPPR

Shippr is riding the seas of maritime information looking for signals. A datajournalism research project by Maurits de Bruijn and Juha van ‘t Zelfde.   Shippr at Curating Reality from Shippr

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Digital divides: Geolocated tweets in African cities

Original articles here and here. Below, you can find maps of all geocoded tweets published in November 2012 in Accra, Cairo, Dar es Salaam, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Lagos, Tunis, Nairobi, Kigali, Mogadishu, and Addis Ababa. Look for the information presences and absences;

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Digital divides: Geolocated tweets in African cities

Original articles here and here. Below, you can find maps of all geocoded tweets published in November 2012 in Accra, Cairo, Dar es Salaam, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Lagos, Tunis, Nairobi, Kigali, Mogadishu, and Addis Ababa. Look for the information presences and absences;

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Thinking Outside the Map

“That’s another thing we’ve learned from your Nation,” said Mein Herr, “map-making. But we’ve carried it much further than you. What do you consider the largest map that would be really useful?” “About six inches to the mile.” “Only six inches!” exclaimed Mein Herr. “We

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Thinking Outside the Map

“That’s another thing we’ve learned from your Nation,” said Mein Herr, “map-making. But we’ve carried it much further than you. What do you consider the largest map that would be really useful?” “About six inches to the mile.” “Only six inches!” exclaimed Mein Herr. “We

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The Link Between Kids Who Walk or Bike to School and Concentration

According to this article in The Atlantic Cities, there is a link between Kids Who Walk or Bike to School and Concentration. In the context of the ✳UrbanSensing project it is interesting to see if we can distinguish similar patterns from the

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The Link Between Kids Who Walk or Bike to School and Concentration

According to this article in The Atlantic Cities, there is a link between Kids Who Walk or Bike to School and Concentration. In the context of the ✳UrbanSensing project it is interesting to see if we can distinguish similar patterns from the

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Wikipeaks: News Trend detection experiment

Small experiment to see if you can combine trends and news articles, in order to contextualize topics using Wikipedia

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Wikipeaks: News Trend detection experiment

Small experiment to see if you can combine trends and news articles, in order to contextualize topics using Wikipedia

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