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Neil Kaye
Climate data scientist specialising in generating interactive websites and bespoke . Views are my own
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Neil Kaye 15h
Mosaic of world countries with correct size and as viewed on a globe, graph shows largest countries (each block = 1 million sq km) A rough attempt is made to position them😉, but you can't put a globe on the flat without distortion!
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Neil Kaye 15h
Replying to @pbett
Its the way it seamlessly fits together!
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Neil Kaye 15h
Mosaic of world countries with correct size and as viewed on a globe, graph shows largest countries (each block = 1 million sq km) A rough attempt is made to position them😉, but you can't put a globe on the flat without distortion!
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Neil Kaye 20h
I'll make one for you, it is only excluded as it is landscape rather than square.
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Neil Kaye Oct 27
Replying to @simongerman600
As people are asking "my" global centre is based from the international dateline but someone else did perhaps a more rigorous version
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Neil Kaye Oct 27
Replying to @ArthurWelle
I was trying to make something more sophisticated but I ran out of memory!
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Neil Kaye Oct 27
When I did it I was inspired by her in the first place, I made an animation but it never seemed that popular
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Neil Kaye Oct 27
Solar noon (the time when the sun is highest in the sky) is very rarely at 12pm, these maps show the time of solar noon on June 21st and December 21st (taking account for daylight saving)
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Neil Kaye Oct 26
Replying to @allilacko
Thanks Allison thats very kind 😀
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Neil Kaye Oct 26
Sun now setting before 5 where I live, only have to wait till beginning of February for it to set later 😩
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Neil Kaye Oct 26
Global population density 10,000 BC to 2016
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Neil Kaye Oct 25
Centre of population for each country in the world. Equal number of people east and west and north and south of point shown. Canada very far south! World centre is based on dateline.
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Neil Kaye Oct 25
Centre of population for each country in the world. Equal number of people east and west and north and south of point shown. Canada very far south! World centre is based on dateline.
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Neil Kaye Oct 24
Replying to @simon_on_energy
Thats fine. Just attribute to my twitter handle
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Neil Kaye Oct 23
But a higher moose ratio!
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Neil Kaye Oct 23
Replying to @aschinchon @iamreddave
Well I've learnt ggplot is in tidyverse and that there is a theme void 😁
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Neil Kaye Oct 23
I decided to make an updated and improved animating Mercator animation after tweeted original. This new one now transforms the countries to the correct shape as well as size and also colours them based on size to give paler expanding balloon effect.
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Neil Kaye Oct 23
I decided to make an updated and improved animating Mercator animation after tweeted original. This new one now transforms the countries to the correct shape as well as size and also colours them based on size to give paler expanding balloon effect.
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Neil Kaye Oct 22
Just to be clear it wasn't me 😉
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Neil Kaye Oct 22
Path of the sun as the year progresses when it is midday (GMT) over London, showing maximum sun angle and day length for different latitudes Finally go it to work with a high resolution mp4 so hopefully you can enjoy it better.
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