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My very own hack day: CartoDB mapping for researchers

This week I set aside half of Tuesday and Wednesday for my very own hack day. For a while now I’ve been wanting to create an… 944 more words


Web portals – 3 services for web-savvy customers that your business should have

Setting up an online portal to access and manage your data is increasingly slipping from ‘nice to have’ to ‘must-have’. Here are 3 essential use-cases that show your business in the best light and make commercial sense too.

ITO Data Visualisation Platform

At ITO World we are developing an amazing new system for exploring and understanding our modern transport systems in all their complexity. This demonstration presents 3D and action replay views of the strategic road network based on  … 14 more words

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Presentation at 'Scoping Questions of Privacy, Surveillance and Governance in the Digital Society,'

Yesterday I spoke at an event at the University of Sheffield focussing on questions of privacy, surveillance and governance in the Digital Society My presentation is below: 52 more words

Wot I dun: Map projections project

Wot I made:

A Mercator projection map where you can click to change the centre of projection. Screenshot below:

The map is currently centred on northern Greenland, and I’m moving the cursor to recentre it on Madagascar. 4,734 more words


Twitter heartbeats for Messi just before the FIFA Cup 2014 Finals

Germany having devastated Brasil’s dream by 7-1, have a great advantage as a team and is in fact riding the wave across Europe. Lionel Messi on other hand is bracing up for his D-day. 241 more words

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Data Visualisation and Story Telling - the future of analytics

The path to a mature information orientated organisation is a long one, with many milestones along the way.

Having achieved a situation where all your analytics are produced from a consolidated set of reporting tools, and your metrics are produced consistently from a standardised data warehouse you may be tempted to think your work is done. 493 more words