Monthly Archives: December 2011

Best Maps of 2011

A great post from that suggests some of the best maps of 2011.  You might have already seen some of the maps that made the shortlist but i am sure there will be a couple that are new to … Continue reading

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Mapping through social media

Mapping social networks is not a new concept, but this image is worth a quick look.  It shows the origin of tweets and presents them as heat map but uses intensity to represent clusters.  The effect is that it looks … Continue reading

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JISC Geo Projects

Julie Sweetkind-Singer, Assistant Director of Geospatial, Cartographic and Scientific Data & Services, Stanford University gave the Monday keynote and this was followed by a show and tell session.  The show and tell session gave project teams an opportunity to demonstrate … Continue reading

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JISC Geo Show & Tell event

For the last 6-8 months, JISC has been running a specific “geo” related project strand.  This has just about finished and Dave Flanders of JISC decided to run a multi-day event to bring together all the project teams for a show … Continue reading

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