Maps

The 17 pages that I, in my great wisdom, have decided have something to do with ‘Maps’. Whatever that is

  1. Já’s new map: switching from raster to vector

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    In a talk I gave to LÍSA, the Icelandic association for geographic information, I argue that we need to think about maps as software now

  2. What if it were our city?

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    What impact would the Fat Man atomic bomb, dropped on Nagasaki in 1945, have on modern-day Reykjavík?

  3. Access denied: using the Glasgow Subway by wheelchair

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    The subway can be the quickest way to get around a city. Unless you’re in a wheelchair

  4. A 3D terrain map of Iceland using Three.js and GDAL

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    Playing with open data and open-source libraries to make a three-dimensional terrain map of Iceland

  5. Shaded relief map of Iceland

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    What would Iceland look like if we could only see the shadows of its mountains?

  6. From village to city: the evolution of Reykjavík

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    Using open data to track 140 years of growth in Iceland’s capital city

  7. The Counted in southern California

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    People killed by police and other law enforcement agencies in and around Los Angeles

  8. Who came second in the British general election?

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    Britain’s voters are more diverse than the election results suggest

  9. London: violent crime in 2012

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    Violent crime recorded in Britain’s capital city throughout the year

  10. How I made the map of the buildings of Reykjavík

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    Every dataset is messy, and each is messy in its own way

  11. The Age of Greater Reykjavík

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    The age of buildings in Iceland’s capital city, dating back to the 18th century

  12. What is famine?

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    How food shortages have come to be seen as a tragedy of the individual

  13. How did MPs vote on the gay marriage bill?

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    In February 2013, the House of Commons voted on same-sex marriage. Did the vote follow party lines?

  14. Map of child poverty in England, Scotland, and Wales

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    District-level data from the Campaign to End Child Poverty

  15. Edinburgh’s most photogenic locations

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    Where in Scotland’s capital are you most likely to take a photograph?

  16. Wind farms across Scotland

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  17. The world’s top 100 universities, visualised

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    See how the world’s best institutions compare