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Peter Cook
Freelance data visualisation designer/developer. D3 + JavaScript. author & organiser.
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Peter Cook Dec 14
Replying to @jnicho02
wow, that's very cool!
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Peter Cook Dec 14
Replying to @jnicho02
hi Jez - yes -
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Ben Edwards Dec 13
Replying to @animateddata
Nice! Really shows the value of offshore wind.
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Peter Cook Dec 13
Map of UK renewable energy projects: wind=blue, solar=yellow, biomass=brown, height=power capacity
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Peter Cook Dec 12
Replying to @teropa
I noticed this recently too, not sure why it mutates as most other lodash methods don't. Just seen and learnt you can do .slice().reverse() to avoid mutation :D
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Kenny Deriemaeker Dec 4
Visualizing geospatial data from on top of the real world with sub-meter accuracy using and . Just one of the ways we’re pushing the boundaries with AR at — by the way, we’re still hiring!
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Peter Cook Dec 6
Just written another tutorial for subscribers of this time on mapping w/JavaScript. Learn how to draw, animate and explore geographic data
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Andy Kirk Dec 6
NEW POST: New podcast: Episode 132, about next generation data visualisation tools
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Mike Brondbjerg | @mikebrondbjerg@vis.social Dec 6
Congrats to all the winners this week! Sadly, I wasn’t there, but some of my work was! :) So happy to be asked by the team to work on the driven / this year. These are some of my favourite bits :) ✌️
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Nathan Yau Dec 5
New tutorial by dropped today. Mapping geographic paths, making them interactive, and making things move
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Peter Cook Dec 5
although why easting and northings? The majority of software I use to visualise geo data uses lat/lon so this might prove a barrier to entry :(
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Peter Cook Dec 5
Big thumbs up to & for their open data portal - a great browsable and searchable source of environmental geodata :)
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Bill McKibben Dec 5
This is big news. The world's biggest shipping firm pledges to cut carbon emissions to zero. CEO says "We will have to abandon fossil fuels."
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Peter Cook Dec 5
Winners of the Information is Beautiful Awards announced - congratulations to all longlisted, shortlisted and awarded!
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Peter Cook Dec 4
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Andy Kirk Dec 4
Want to learn the craft of data visualisation? Want to feel as enlightened, equipped, and inspired like these fine people? Take advantage of the earlybird discount through to end of December and join my next 1-day dataviz workshop in London. Details here >
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Mike Hadlow Dec 4
Brighton ALT NET tonight 7.00 PM at website: . Meetup for .NET developers in the Brighton UK area. Everyone is very welcome. No need to register, just turn up. Please RT.
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Geodienst RUG Nov 30
Let's kick off this friday with a great blogpost by on dot density maps!
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datavisbrighton Nov 28
Shown at last night's Meetup - thanks !
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datavisbrighton Nov 27
Tonight! Review of 2018 in and Show and Tell at 7.30pm 27 Nov thanks to for support :)
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