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Real Time Lightning Map ::
"" is a lightning detection network for locating electromagnetic discharges in the atmosphere (lightning discharges) with VLF receivers based on the time of arrival (TOA) and time of group arrival (TOGA) method. We are a community of station operators who send their data to the computing servers, programmers who develop and/or implement algorithms for locating and visualizing of sferic positions, and people who assist in any way to keep the system running. There is no restriction on membership. All people who keep the network in operation are volunteers. There are no fees, terms and conditions, and no contracts. If a station stops pooling its data, the server stops providing the access to the raw data for the user of that station.

The network consists of more than 500 lightning receivers and some central processing servers. The sources of the signals we locate are in general lightning discharges. The abbreviation VLF (Very Low Frequency) refers to the frequency range of 3 to 30 kHz. The receiving stations approximately record one millisecond of each signal with a sampling rate of more than 500 kHz. With the help of GPS receivers, the arrival times of the signals are registered with microsecond precision and sent over the Internet to our central processing servers. Every data sentence contains the precise time of arrival of the received lightning discharge impulse ("sferic") and the exact geographic position of the receiver. With this information from several stations the exact positions of the discharges are computed.

The aim of the project is to establish a low budget lightning location network with a high number of stations. The price for the hardware currently is less than 300 Euro. The sferic positions are free accessible in raw format for all users that transmit their data to our servers. The station owners can use the raw data for all non-commercial purposes. The lightning activity is additionally displayed at our website on several public maps in real-time. The average delay is between 3 and 20 seconds depending on the load of our servers.

For the recording of the signals we have developed a special detector. This consists of several amplifiers and a digital part for processing and forwarding of data to our central processing server. To keep the cost of potential participants as low as possible, the participants should try to get as much as possible of the necessary electronic parts from local providers.
lightning  maps  map  weather  community  science  radio  projects 
19 days ago by bezthomas
Topography and color vision deficiency: Intuitive colormaps -
A story on how to plot topographic data intuitively and easily understandable also for non-scientists and people with color vision deficiency (CVD): Just because you find it pretty, it's not necessarily pretty through everyone's eyes.
color  colors  colour  colours  plotting  cvd  topography  maps  chloropleth 
8 weeks ago by bezthomas
Works : inat
INAT is a Mapping and Wayfinding consultancy headed by architect Jug Cerovic.
We create beautiful, efficient and intuitive maps.
map  maps  metro  subway  travel  design  publictransport 
8 weeks ago by bezthomas
United Regions of America |
a new way to map the diverse lands that make up the United States. Unlike a traditional classroom map, this uses counties rather than states as the building blocks for its regions. The United Regions of America map solves the problem that many states actually lie in more than one distinct region (for example: Ohio, Texas, Virginia, Colorado, California, or New York, to name a few). And since there are 3,142 counties (including areas equivalent to counties), the regional boundaries can be drawn much more precisely than with just 50 states.
usa  maps  cartography  regions 
july 2018 by bezthomas
Medieval Fantasy City Generator by watabou
This application generates a random medieval city layout of a requested size. The generation method is rather arbitrary, the goal is to produce a nice looking map, not an accurate model of a city. Maybe in the future I'll use its code as a basis for some game or maybe not.
city  generator  maps  rpg  generative 
june 2018 by bezthomas
Top Brewery Road Trip, Routed Algorithmically | FlowingData
Community beer and brewery review site RateBeer puts out a list every year of the top 100 breweries in the world, “according to reviews taken last year and weighted by performance within and outside of style, balanced by indicators of depth.” From this year’s list, 72 of the breweries are based in the United States.

That sounds like a great road trip.

If we know where we want to go already, the next step is to figure out what route to take. You don’t want to pick breweries willy nilly, unless you’re a fan of driving aimlessly across the country. Randal Olson found a pretty good solution using genetic algorithms and the Google Maps API. He computed an optimal road trip to visit a historical landmark in each state.

Forget that though. I want beer. Tasty beer. I applied Olson’s solution to breweries to get the order in which to visit them in the least miles possible.
maps  visualization  route  routing  travellingsalesman  beer  optimization 
april 2018 by bezthomas
Fighting Fantasy Maps
Have you illustrated or mapped a Fighting Fantasy map to a Gamebook with a spreadsheet? Let us know and then send it in! We'll be posting all the best Maps here. We actively encouraged all our fans to email or write to us with any Maps they have created of the books so far released for the Fighting Fantasy community to read
fightingfantasy  maps  map  cyoa 
april 2018 by bezthomas
GitHub - fogleman/terrarium: Some code for generating topographic contour maps.
Some code for generating topographic contour maps. Documentation is currently lacking, so you're mostly on your own!

cmd/test/main.go will automatically fetch (and locally cache) AWS Terrain tiles and render a topographic isoline map as a PNG. You can specify a lat/lng bounding box or use a shapefile.
topography  topographic  maps  contour  terrain  aws 
april 2018 by bezthomas
Community Network Map | community broadband networks
Communities invest in telecommunications networks for a variety of reasons - economic development, improving access to education and health care, price stabilization, etc. They range from massive networks offering a gig to hundreds of thousands in Tennessee to small towns connecting a few local businesses.

This map tracks a variety of ways in which local governments have invested in wired telecommunications networks as well as state laws that discourage such approaches.
internet  maps  community  broadband  map 
january 2018 by bezthomas
Along straight lines: schematic railway maps | retours
Every map is an abstraction, but some maps willingly distort reality. The best-known example is the London Underground Map: distances are unrealistic, geographical features absent, lines are straight and angles either right or diagonal. Such imaginary maps help travelers to find their way easier, in contrast to the spaghetti-like mash that is hidden behind.Using simplification to provide insight into the network was just as important for (inter)national rail connections as it was in metropolitan areas. Schematic railway maps, as designed during the course of the twentieth century, sometimes resembled metro maps, but could take other shapes as well. They always had the same goal though: making complicated journeys look easy.
design  history  maps  railway  train  diagram 
january 2018 by bezthomas
Historia Cartarum – A Meditation on the History of Maps
My academic research is primarily driven by questions of how people perceive and relate their spaces: how movement through the world — both experiential and imagined — becomes codified in visual and written maps. My interests include cartographic and spatial history, hodography and hodology, as well as the history of movement and pilgrimage. My current research work examines the production of ideas of space and cityscape in 17th century London.
maps  medieval  history 
november 2017 by bezthomas
Maps - Thunderforest
Use these global, high-performance map styles in your apps and on your websites.
design  maps 
june 2017 by bezthomas
Roman Roads – Sasha Trubetskoy
It’s finally done. A subway-style diagram of the major Roman roads, based on the Empire of ca. 125 AD.
posters  rome  roman  subway  maps 
june 2017 by bezthomas
jenny odell • satellite collections
In all of these prints, I collect things that I've cut out from Google Satellite View-- parking lots, silos, landfills, waste ponds. The view from a satellite is not a human one, nor is it one we were ever really meant to see. But it is precisely from this inhuman point of view that we are able to read our own humanity, in all of its tiny, repetitive marks upon the face of the earth. From this view, the lines that make up basketball courts and the scattered blue rectangles of swimming pools become like hieroglyphs that say: people were here.
The alienation provided by the satellite perspective reveals the things we take for granted to be strange, even absurd. Banal structures and locations can appear fantastical and newly intricate. Directing curiosity toward our own inimitably human landscape, we may find that those things that are most recognizably human (a tangle of carefully engineered water slides, for example) are also the most bizarre, the most unlikely, the most fragile.
art  collage  google  maps  satellite 
may 2017 by bezthomas
National Park Maps | - just free maps, period.
The National Park Service publishes tons of great free maps; I’ve collected them all for you. Here on NPMaps you’ll find hundreds of PDF and image files of any U.S. national park map; you can view all parks alphabetically and sort by state. Or use the menu above to navigate to the park of your choice.
usa  maps  parks  travel  map 
may 2017 by bezthomas
Natural Earth
Natural Earth is a public domain map dataset available at 1:10m, 1:50m, and 1:110 million scales. Featuring tightly integrated vector and raster data, with Natural Earth you can make a variety of visually pleasing, well-crafted maps with cartography or GIS software.
vector  publicdomain  maps  map  earth 
january 2017 by bezthomas
WebGIS Publisher - Choice theme card
Here you can find the map viewers created by the RCE and maintained WebGISPublisher (WGP).

These thematic maps are accessible to everyone and are also offered and through the websites.

Click on a picture or title below to open a thematic map. If you are looking for a specific map layer, such as the Soil Map, use "Find a topic map 'and then you can quickly see which topic map to view the map layer.
maps  netherlands  gis 
november 2016 by bezthomas
OSMnx: Python for Street Networks - Geoff Boeing
OSMnx is a Python package for downloading administrative boundary shapes and street networks from OpenStreetMap. It allows you to easily construct, project, visualize, and analyze complex street networks in Python with networkx. You can get a city’s or neighborhood’s walking, driving, or biking network with a single line of Python code.
python  maps  openstreetmap  network  networkx 
november 2016 by bezthomas
Generating fantasy maps
These are some notes on how I generate the maps for my Twitter bot @unchartedatlas, which is based on a generator I originally produced during NaNoGenMo 2015. There's JavaScript code for the generator on Github here, and the original messy Python generator code can be seen here.
art  graphics  javascript  maps  programming  cartography  random 
august 2016 by bezthomas
Charting Transport | Looking at transport through graphs and maps
Charting Transport provides new views on public domain transport data. There are too many stories in data that go untold, and this blog aims to uncover more of them and shed new light on current trends and patterns in transport.
visualization  visualisation  graphs  charts  maps  transport  publictransport  australia  blog  blogs 
may 2016 by bezthomas
Whose Grid Map is better? Quality Metrics for Grid Map Layouts — Medium
For these purposes, I have defined a set of metrics for evaluating the quality of a Grid Map layout. These following metrics can be used as guidelines for selecting a layout to use, or optimization goals for new layouts:
maps  map  layout 
january 2016 by bezthomas · GitHub
This is my default career advice for people starting out in geo/GIS, especially remote sensing, adapted from a response to a letter in 2013.
academia  advice  gis  learning  maps  from iphone
november 2015 by bezthomas
Project Linework
A library of handcrafted vector linework for cartography, each designed in a unique aesthetic style. They are meant to break us away from default line paths that we so often rely on by providing more visually-interesting alternatives.
cartography  design  gis  maps 
october 2015 by bezthomas
A Matter of Perspective | somethingaboutmaps
Today I wanted to share with you a little project of mine from a few months ago, which may best be described by the question: What happens if you take the shoreline of a lake, cut it, and unfurl it?
geography  maps  math  python  from iphone
october 2015 by bezthomas
Fall Foliage Map 2015 & Nationwide Peak Leaf Forecast
The 2015 Fall Foliage Map is the ultimate visual planning guide to the annual progressive changing of the leaves. While no tool can be 100% accurate, this tool is meant to help travelers better time their trips to have the best opportunity of catching peak color each year.
autumn  fall  leaves  maps  map 
september 2015 by bezthomas
London Connections: A Geographic Tube Map | Mapping London
The Transport for London (TfL) tube map, with its straight lines, 45-degree rounded corners and simple, clear cartography, is a design classic. The map dispenses with other features such as parks, roads and urban extents – because you don’t need those if you are getting from A to B on the tube network. Similarly, real-life wiggles and curves on the network are straightened – they’re not important, because they don’t affect your journey. It also means the complex central section can be shown at a larger scale than the rest of the network, while still connected to it. The London Rail & Tube services map extends the concept to show all London railways in the same way, the increased complexity making it a bit harder to read, but still adhering to the same design principles.
But did you know that TfL produce another version of the map – one where roads, parks and neighbourhoods are included? One which shows the real-life wiggles of the network, and where distances between links can be directly compared, and journey lengths estimated? (Chalfont & Latimer to Chesham is actually a journey of several kilometres, but looks shorter than a 200m one-stop journey in central London, on the regular map.)
It’s the TfL London Connections map and it’s not made generally available to the public, however this Freedom of Information request reveals its existence.
london  map  maps  underground  tube  publictransport 
september 2015 by bezthomas
Trip Planning Map Of The United States - David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
Full color pictorial map. Showing principal regional resources, products and natural features. A small checkerboard map provides a visual way to estimate the number of day required for your trip, and ill. Note: "Happy Motoring is a Trade mark Registered in the U.S. Patent Office."
map  maps  1960s  usa 
september 2015 by bezthomas
The Decolonial Atlas | Re-imagining the world.
The Decolonial Atlas, started in 2014, is an attempt to bring together maps which, in some way, challenge our relationships with the land, people, and state. It is based on the premise that there is no such thing as “truth” in cartography. Only interpretation. The orientation of a map, its projection, the presence of political borders, which features are included or excluded, and the language used to label a map are all subject to the map-maker’s agenda. Because most maps in use today serve to reinforce colonial understandings of the Earth, we are consciously creating maps which help us to re-imagine the world – to decolonize.
maps  colonialism  map  cartography 
may 2015 by bezthomas
Library of NSW Search - Manuscripts, Oral History, and Pictures Catalogue - State Library of New South Wales
Railway map Sydney Suburban and City Underground Railway [cartographic material] / Published and presented with the Compliments of the Commissioner for Railways.
sydney  railway  rail  publictransport  ephemera  maps  history 
february 2015 by bezthomas
Mitch Hedberg and GIS | new jersey geographer
So, a recent post on Reddit highlighted a Mitch Hedberg joke.

“La Quinta” is Spanish for “next to Denny’s.”

Thinking about this, I realized we could use GIS to find the number of La Quintas that are next to Denny’s. Last night after the kids were asleep, I sat down with a beer (Sierra Nevada) and figured out how I could get the data and perform the calculation.
gis  json  maps  programming  python 
january 2015 by bezthomas
Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States
Here you will find one of the greatest historical atlases: Charles O. Paullin and John K. Wright's Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States, first published in 1932. This digital edition reproduces all of the atlas's nearly 700 maps. Many of these beautiful maps are enhanced here in ways impossible in print, animated to show change over time or made clickable to view the underlying data—remarkable maps produced eight decades ago with the functionality of the twenty-first century.
atlas  gis  history  maps  us 
november 2014 by bezthomas
Appalachian Mountain Club's Equipped: Nearly Every USGS Topo Map Ever Made. For Free.
Locating your desired map is straightforward with the USGS Map Locator and Downloader, which allows you to zoom in or search for your area of interest. It then gets mildly confusing (though easy once you figure it out) to download the actual map.

To do so, find your desired location and select the type of map you wish to download (usually the 7.5-minute versions, which provide the most detail). An overlay grid appears, with each box labeled with the specific name of each map.

Next mark a point within your desired map by first selecting the button next to "Mark Points" and then clicking anywhere within the area of interest. This adds a reddish 'paddle' to the map. (If you searched by name, a paddle will automatically appear over the location.) Clicking on it then brings up a list of all the maps available for download for this location, from most recent to historic.
cartography  design  hiking  maps  usgs 
october 2014 by bezthomas
Historical USGS Maps
We used historical maps from the United States Geological Survey (USGS), separated them into six different time periods, and created this site to make it easy to explore history. You can search by city or address, zoom in and out and immediately compare different time periods.

Since March 3, 1879, the USGS has been creating maps of the United States of America. The early maps were meticulously hand drawn, mathematically correct and they recorded the physical characteristics of the landscape. As the physical and cultural features changed over time, maps were updated and revised.

In 2009, the USGS began digitizing over 178,000 maps from the Historical Topograhic Map Collection into geospatial PDF. Thanks to the support of the USGS, we were able use the geospatial PDF maps from the collection to create this site.
usgs  maps  history  usa 
october 2014 by bezthomas
Geoff Sims on Twitter: "Oct 23 partial
Oct 23 partial #SolarEclipse - max eclipse visibility map across the USA! cc @EclipseMaps
eclipse  visualization  visualisation  map  maps 
october 2014 by bezthomas
Mapsburgh — Here’s one that’s not on my Etsy shop — a custom...
Here’s one that’s not on my Etsy shop — a custom order for Tompkins County, NY.
maps  ithaca  tolkien 
october 2014 by bezthomas
Professor Higbee's® Stream & Lake Maps
We are the only publishers of Professor Higbee's® Stream & Lake Maps -- the first and only highly detailed maps of their kind. This series of state maps shows virtually every stream and lake in a state. Founded in 1989 by Larry Seaman and Karl Ings of Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
maps  map  stream  lake  water  fishing  from iphone
august 2014 by bezthomas
Quattroshapes by foursquare
Foursquare needs quality place data to power its geocoding engine to ensure the best recommendations. When someone searches for the best coffee in Brooklyn, a simple venue to place point or venue to place bounding box search can result in venues in Manhattan and Jersey City overwhelming the results for Brooklyn.

To improve recommendations, we have created an authoritative source of polygons around a curated list of places. This gazetteer of non-overlapping polygons provides more relevant results than simple point geometries.
shape  data  maps  geocoding  gis 
july 2014 by bezthomas
The Neighborhoods Project
Zetashapes is an experiment in crowdsourced US neighborhood polygons. From here, you can download neighborhood boundaries for every city in the US derived from geotags on flickr photos. You can also edit these boundaries and download custom GeoJSON with your edits applied. Your edits will also be contributed back into improving the overall boundaries.
gis  cartography  data  maps  neighborhood  neighbourhood 
july 2014 by bezthomas
NYC Election Atlas 2013
The 2013 mayoral election in New York City is the first in more than a decade with no sitting mayor as a candidate, after Mayor Michael Bloomberg's three-term, 12-year incumbency. There are seven declared Democratic candidates, three Republican candidates, one Independence candidate, and several more running on other party lines (as of the July 15 filing with the NYC Campaign Finance Board).

As the candidates criss-cross the city and participate in forums and debates, media organizations and others hope to understand who are the city's potential — and likely — voters and how the candidates may appeal to New York's rich and varied fabric of ethnic identities, local issues, and citywide policy concerns.

This website provides in one place a wealth of demographic information about selected ethnic groups and local neighborhoods across the city. It also provides a series of maps that reveal how several current mayoral candidates have fared in previous elections. This material provides historical and social context for the 2013 mayoral race
elections  nyc  maps  gis  electoral 
july 2014 by bezthomas
Odyssey.js is an open-source tool that allows you to combine maps, narratives, and other multimedia into a beautiful story. Creating new stories is simple, requiring nothing more than a modern web-browser and an idea. You enhance the narrative and multimedia of your stories using Actions (e.g. map movements, video and sound control, or the display or new content) that will let you tell your story in an exciting new way. Use our Templates to control the overall look and feel of your story in beautifully designed layouts.

Experts can also add custom Templates and Actions by following our contribution guide. We are excited about adding YouTube, Vimeo, Soundcloud, and Twitter based Actions, if you can help let us know!
storytelling  javascript  map  library  maps 
july 2014 by bezthomas
Highways of the United States of America
After almost two years of single-handed research, design, checking and cross-checking, I’m incredibly proud and thrilled to present my latest map project. It shows every single current and signed Interstate Highway and U.S. Highway in the contiguous 48 states in a style very similar to my previous Interstates as Subway Map and U.S. Highways as a Subway Map projects. Having made two separate maps that showed each type of road, I really had to at least try to combine them both into one map, didn’t I?
poster  usa  maps 
april 2014 by bezthomas
ABOUT MAPS : INAT metro maps
INAT is a mapping standard developed by French Serbian architect Jug Cerovic offering easy to read, easy to memorize and easy to use subway network maps.
maps  transport  publictransport  subway  rails 
april 2014 by bezthomas
The research project «Ansichtssache(n)» is about the construction and design of non-conventional world maps. Using this application (Worldmapgenerator), it is possible to create world maps that stand out of the commonly accepted geometries and conventions. For example, the equator is no longer a horizontal line in the middle of the image or the geogrphic center can be moved freely.
cartography  map  maps  projection  web 
march 2014 by bezthomas
Tube Map Radio by Yuri Suzuki
Self-explanatory: Tube Map Radio by Yuri Suzuki explains its own inner workings with annotations and a map-like layout of the printed circuit board its built on, an idea inspired by an electrical diagram created by draftsman Harry Beck to spoof his own iconic, color-coded, widely copied London subway map (introduced in 1933).
electronics  subway  map  maps 
february 2014 by bezthomas
mbostock/topojson · GitHub
An extension to GeoJSON that encodes topology.
json  data  maps  map  topology 
february 2014 by bezthomas
The heatmap shows the places people like, based on the number of panoramio photos at each place in the world. The dark areas have few photos, the red areas have more and the yellow areas have a large number of photos geotagged.
map  maps  photography  photos  travel 
january 2014 by bezthomas
636 - Painted Ships on Painted Oceans: an Accidental Map of the Doldrums
Take millions of data points, each one a geolocated entry plucked from a digitised collection of 18th- and 19th-century ships’ logs (1), pin them all on a blank canvas, and you get this extraordinary world map.

This map may have been featureless to begin with, yet we can clearly discern the contours of the continents. That is the cumulative effect of significant numbers of coast-hugging vessels, generating enough data points to reveal the length and breadth of the land.
history  map  maps  sailing  data  18thcentury  19thcentury 
december 2013 by bezthomas
MapBox | Design
Every story is different. That's why MapBox is built to power thousands of custom maps, each with a unique perspective on the world.

We make it easy to find bars on Foursquare, search for hotels on Hipmunk, and organize notes in Evernote. Make maps that tell stories, integrate with apps, and represent your brand.
apps  map  maps  tools  web 
november 2013 by bezthomas
Bldg Inspector
The New York Public Library is training computers how to recognize building shapes and other information from old city maps. Help us clean up the data so that it can be used in research, teaching and civic hacking.
nyc  public  maps  map  cartography  buildings  crowdsourcing  nypl 
october 2013 by bezthomas
This project aims to automate the manual process of geographic polygon and attribute data extraction from maps (i.e. georectified images) including those from insurance atlases published in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Here is some background on why we're doing this and here is one of the maps we're extracting polygons from. This example map layer shows what these atlases look like once geo-rectified, i.e. geographically normalized.

The New York Public Library has hundreds of atlases with tens of thousands of these sheets and there is no way we can extract data manually in a reasonable amount of time.

Just so you get an idea, it took NYPL staff coordinating a small army of volunteers three years to produce 170,000 polygons with attributes (from just four of hundreds of atlases at NYPL).

It now takes a period of time closer to 24 hours to generate a comparable number of polygons with some basic metadata.
cartography  map  mapping  maps  nypl 
july 2013 by bezthomas
NYPL Map Warper: Home
The NYPL Map Warper is a tool for digitally aligning ("rectifying") historical maps from the NYPL's collections to match today's precise maps. Visitors can browse already rectified maps or assist the NYPL by aligning a map. Play the video above to tour the site and learn how to rectify a map yourself.
history  maps  rectification  crowdsourcing  tools  cartography 
july 2013 by bezthomas
MAPHACK: Hacking NYC's Past with NYPL Labs & Friends
Building ways to find stories like John’s was just one of the many things we got to make at NYPL Labs earlier this month as we set about to invite some of our friends from inside and outside The Library to two days of hacking with some of the coolest historical geospatial datasets we've been able to find and see what we could build together with modern tools and interfaces and old data.
cartography  hacking  maps  gis  history 
july 2013 by bezthomas
Inequality & Mass Transit in the Bay Area
A recent feature in The New Yorker juxtaposed New York City's subway stops with their residents' incomes. Like NYC, San Francisco has people of both extreme poverty and wealth, often living toe-to-toe. We wondered how those graphs would look in our neck of the woods. The results show the Bay Area's economic inequality and its relationship with transit and urban form.
california  economics  map  transit  income  publictransport  maps 
may 2013 by bezthomas
Stately | The simple map font
Stately is a symbol font that makes it easy to create a map of the United States using only HTML and CSS. Each state can be styled independently with CSS for making simple visualizations. And since it's a font, it scales bigger and smaller while staying sharp as a tack.
css  css3  font  fonts  maps  usa 
february 2013 by bezthomas
Telecom Maps
Visualize our data. TeleGeography’s design team puts the data to work with one of a kind geographical representations and information graphics.
infrastructure  internet  map  maps  web  telecom 
february 2013 by bezthomas
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