Monthly Archives: February 2011

A bit of a catch up

Well, the blogs are back up after their downtime over the weekend.  The good news is that the works seems to have gone well and the machine hall is back to normal so there shouldn’t be any further disruptions. I … Continue reading

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Blog down time

Just a bit of warning to let you know that the Go-Geo! blog will be unavailable between 06.00 on Sat 19th Feb until 22.00 on Sun 20th Feb to allow for extensive refurbishment of the University of Edinburgh machine room. … Continue reading

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Great visulisation of open data

I stummbled upon this great example of data visulisation on Twitter from @monkchips. It has been put together by the Open Knowledge Foundation and shows the energy production and consumption of European Countries from 1997-2008. The data itself is a … Continue reading

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Crime mapping

The 1st of February saw the release of a new website Police.UK, the latest website that allows the general public access to data that they have never really had free access to. The site was released early on the 1st … Continue reading

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