Posts Tagged 'Mapping'

Inside the lines

The Schilderswijk district in The Hague brings together many people from various backgrounds and ethnicities, with each of them using public space in his or her own way. Unfortunately, these different appropriations remain implicit most of the time. Yet, with

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Inside the lines

The Schilderswijk district in The Hague brings together many people from various backgrounds and ethnicities, with each of them using public space in his or her own way. Unfortunately, these different appropriations remain implicit most of the time. Yet, with

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Through the city on a cloud of data

New article on Big Data, cities and visualisation on Audi Urban Future Initiative »: Whether we are phoning, looking for a partner online, networking via Facebook and Twitter or presenting our customer card when we go shopping – we leave

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Through the city on a cloud of data

New article on Big Data, cities and visualisation on Audi Urban Future Initiative »: Whether we are phoning, looking for a partner online, networking via Facebook and Twitter or presenting our customer card when we go shopping – we leave

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A Map of the US. made of one-celled organisms could make road network more efficient

Andy Adamatzky and Jeff Jones made this agar-gel map of the U.S., where the “roads” not quite mirror reality, but they could help scientists build more-robust networks in the future. The mold began in New York and grew across the country, seeking out

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A Map of the US. made of one-celled organisms could make road network more efficient

Andy Adamatzky and Jeff Jones made this agar-gel map of the U.S., where the “roads” not quite mirror reality, but they could help scientists build more-robust networks in the future. The mold began in New York and grew across the country, seeking out

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Review on the ✳UrbanSensing Project: The Urban Pulse

The Audi Urban Future Initiative, a forum for emerging ideas about the critical role of mobility in the twenty-first-century metropolis, a rapidly changing landscape of complex challenges and new opportunities, published an extensive article on the *UrbanSensing Project: The Urban

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Review on the ✳UrbanSensing Project: The Urban Pulse

The Audi Urban Future Initiative, a forum for emerging ideas about the critical role of mobility in the twenty-first-century metropolis, a rapidly changing landscape of complex challenges and new opportunities, published an extensive article on the *UrbanSensing Project: The Urban

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My Map or Yours

Evgeny Morozov, a writer and researcher who studies political and social implications of technology, published an article that was picked up in many countries about the new personalization of Google Maps and how it could end public space as we know it. Some excerpts:

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My Map or Yours

Evgeny Morozov, a writer and researcher who studies political and social implications of technology, published an article that was picked up in many countries about the new personalization of Google Maps and how it could end public space as we know it. Some excerpts:

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Average Traffic Density of US Highways (1944)

Urban Demographics has found this awesome map showing the predicted average traffic density of US highways in 1944. Impressive when you know that they did not have GIS in those days. Via Urban Demographics: Demography & Urban Studies

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Average Traffic Density of US Highways (1944)

Urban Demographics has found this awesome map showing the predicted average traffic density of US highways in 1944. Impressive when you know that they did not have GIS in those days. Via Urban Demographics: Demography & Urban Studies

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Twitter sentiment analysis tests

This post collects some visualisation tests being done at LUST on sentiment analysis. A list of emotions (inspired by Plutchik‘s theory of emotion) and corresponding words is used as a base for the analysis. Various sets of geolocalized tweets were

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Twitter sentiment analysis tests

This post collects some visualisation tests being done at LUST on sentiment analysis. A list of emotions (inspired by Plutchik‘s theory of emotion) and corresponding words is used as a base for the analysis. Various sets of geolocalized tweets were

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New Town Traces

LUST was asked to design the cover for the 2/2013 issue of Dutch magazine S+RO – Stedenbouw + Ruimtelijke Ordening. The theme of the issue is New Towns, or planned communities. The policy for the former growing centers has constantly been accompanied

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New Town Traces

LUST was asked to design the cover for the 2/2013 issue of Dutch magazine S+RO – Stedenbouw + Ruimtelijke Ordening. The theme of the issue is New Towns, or planned communities. The policy for the former growing centers has constantly been accompanied

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Mapping Data-Dense Cities as if They Were Mountains

The New York City Police Department publishes an incredibly dense database every year of the profiles of controversial “stop-and-frisk” encounters between officers and residents throughout the city. In any given year, there may be 500,000 or more such stops on the city’s

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Mapping Data-Dense Cities as if They Were Mountains

The New York City Police Department publishes an incredibly dense database every year of the profiles of controversial “stop-and-frisk” encounters between officers and residents throughout the city. In any given year, there may be 500,000 or more such stops on the city’s

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Quadrigram

This is a tool that offers different functionalities to display data, and export it to be shared. It also allows to include real time data streams. Quadrigram enables you to prototype and share ideas with your data rapidly as well

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Quadrigram

This is a tool that offers different functionalities to display data, and export it to be shared. It also allows to include real time data streams. Quadrigram enables you to prototype and share ideas with your data rapidly as well

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