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Jo Wood Nov 30
completed! 30 Vega-Lite maps created in 30 days. I'll blog later on how the experience has helped shape my practice, but briefly: Design takes time Constrained creativity FTW Sharing👍 Thanks for inspiring so many map creators to share their work.
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gontsa Dec 1
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maptastik Nov 11
Replying to @maptastik
Whew, finally caught up! Day 11: Elevation: The Berkshires near Lenox, MA
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Topi Tjukanov Jan 7
I wrote a short blog about one of my favorite things that happened last year: . Contains some statistics, a few shoutouts and a bit of information on what's coming in 2020!
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Alasdair Rae Nov 23
Population chunks of South America - small contribution to from me - a bit of population data + Aerialod, with a bit of text
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Andrew DC Nov 25
Day 26 (Hydrology) - Avon River, Christchurch Network Map with bridge crossings. This one I did a few years ago but never got around to releasing properly.
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topografen Nov 25
Won’t be able to catch up on the but I wanted to do ”Day 14: Boundaries”. One of my favourite creative solutions to an international border problem: ”Märket” 🇸🇪🇦🇽🇫🇮
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Juvenal Nov 28
Day 28. Funny. In Mexico, we have a state that looks like a (schnauzer) puppy. {leaflet} with a lot of schnauzer photos from google.
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Cédric Scherer Dec 2
The idea for Day 29 "Experimental" of the evolved quite some time ago - and I am very happy with the result of stripes! Each stripe represents the distribution of humans on a latitudinal gradient from North to South and a width of 25km.
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Romain Lx Nov 27
28. Funny Crepes on a waffle Made with
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Richard Cantwell Nov 22
Here's every road, path and track in Dublin. Day 22: Built Environment
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Scott Reinhard Nov 29
Inspired by the , "Road Widths of Southern Manhattan & Northern Brooklyn"
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Víctor Olaya Nov 10
Day 10. Black and White. The legend is part of the map. If possible, put it within the map itself to better use the available space, not isolated from it. In the image below, (a) is right, (b) is wrong
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Craig Taylor Nov 29
Day 29: Experimental 🧪 Every I produce stems from experimenting - this old concept looked at optimising journeys around London to avoid population hot spots. The population heatmap change is fabricated for testing purposes.
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jlOlarteQ Nov 29
Day29 Experimental. Applying geographical information: looking for the better areas for agricultural activities, considering the slope of the terrain and the type of soil.
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Ramya Ragupathy Nov 30
Thanks for initiating - wonderful experience getting to know many talented people over the last 30 days 🏆
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Maarten Lambrechts Dec 2
For I made 1 map on each day of November. You can find all of them in this thread, or with some more context on Thanks to all 30DayMappers, you were amazing!
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Jerry Shannon Nov 29
Day 29 of : experimental. The year is 2050. Cartographers have seized power. Alaska and Hawaii have been jettisoned. Area boundaries are now compatible with hexbinning and counties scaled to population. City names are generated from Twitter streams. All is well.
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Cédric Scherer Jan 2
Finishing up some of the remaining for 🌎 Day 21: Environment with data from week 38/2919 - Visitation of National Parks in the
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Mina Ozgen Dec 2
Where am I safe? Focus: Homicides & Sexual Offenses in Chicago Incredible maps on my feed from (cough and others) inspired me to pick up and do a quick piece on the first question I asked myself when moving to Chicago.
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