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Mapinfo Thematic Using Voronoi and Grid

Mapinfo is such a powerful application. On this post I would like to share about how to create a thematic mapping using Voronoi and Grid feature. 54 more words

Sydney: URBANE takes a trip down under

Great map of Sydney at <URBANE>

Have a look at their website, they have great maps of cities with descriptions of what’s actually there…

The World is your Oyster: Harvard WorldMap

Nowadays, we have innumerable tools to help digitize and organize whatever bits of data we have. With radically different user interfaces and designs, the purposes for which we use different software varies as well. 300 more words


US National Map Corps

Last week I attended a web-based presentation by USGS on the National Map Corps. I don’t know if you are familiar with USGS’s National Map or not, but it is a great resource for finding and downloading information. 141 more words


air quality and bus data mapping

look at Ryan Mad Mapping like a roc star( his drink). Great to work with him!

City Scribe: artistic practice as research and research as artistic practice

I’ve recently been working on a new City Scribe action, whilst in Montpellier, France, at the IETM conference. As part of this project, I spent some time thinking through my motivations and approach to City Scribe. 311 more words


Dear diary...

Learning Services (at Edge Hill University) have been interested in using ethnographic techniques for some time now to gather more meaningful information about how students are interacting with our learning spaces (and don’t worry…we still keep stats on how many people are coming in and out of the building as well!) 453 more words