Ráfagas Geospatial links everyday

#1849: cmix, cattle, geoprocessing, orientation, wildfire

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#1848: snow, spanish, burguers

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#1847: planning, borders, images

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#1846: generator, introduction, housing

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#1845: uk, 3d, noise

  • The future of the North Sea is the transition to offshore wind and carbon capture and storage, but it also is about resolving space conflicts in the UK's increasingly congested seas
    https://policyexchange.org.uk/publication/future-of-the-north-sea/
  • '3D maps with sf and ggplot2 in R' is a guide to get raster data on forest height, calculate the average forest height on a hexagonal map of Brazil and convert a flat ggplot2 map into a 3D map
    https://milospopovic.net/3d-maps-with-r/
  • Bruitparif centralizes the strategic noise maps (CSBs) available in the Ille-de-France region as part of the implementation of the European Directive 2002/49 / EC to combat noise pollution [FR]
    https://carto.bruitparif.fr/

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#1844: ukraine, herds, monuments

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#1843: homeless, vectortiles, brussels

  • In Italy there are "vie fittizie", imaginary directions as a way to link the homeless population to the territory and provide them with services as citizens, in the style of the English project ProxyAddress
    https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/italian-streets-not-on-map
  • A government development partnership combines official data with other open geospatial data sources and open source software to create a customizable vector tile-based web map editor and API [DE]
    https://basemap.de/
  • "Brussels sick, a portrait of a city where inequalities operate in a vicious circle" is an article with open data on inequalities in Brussels and their impact on the health of 10% of the Belgian population [FR]
    https://bxl-malade.medor.coop/

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#1842: styling, avalanches, moon

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#1841: noise, sharks, wildfires

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#1840: machine-learning, cleaning, genome

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#1838: walking, latlon, cartograms

  • Footways is a digital and printed network of pleasant and quiet routes to walk London, connecting relevant locations with accessible and attractive streets
    https://footways.london/
  • FlipCoords is a simple web project, created by the good people of @OpenCage, that allows flipping any pair of coordinates lat/lon, also showing them in different notations via @freyfogle
    https://flipcoords.com/
  • ScapeToad is an Open Source multiplatform application written in Java that takes shapefiles and creates cartograms in SVG format using Gastner/Newman algorithm (2004) from shapefiles (reshare 2012, 2014)
    http://scapetoad.choros.place/

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#1837: qgis, multivariate, nyc

  • A PDF tutorial on quickly making colorful, dynamic maps with charts at QGIS 3.24, using variables, expressions, filters, and the DataPlotly and QuickOSM connectors
    https://anitagraser.com/2022/04/21/dynamic-infographic-map-tutorial
  • The Leipzig Explorer of Earth Data Cubes facilitates the exploration of 4D global multivariate dynamics leveraging the human solid visual pattern recognition
    https://www.lexcube.org/
  • New York Songlines gathers visual tours through Manhattan streets in the way Aboriginal Australians explore: linking territory with myths and landscape oral traditions
    http://nysonglines.com/

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#1836: boulder, roads, maps

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#1835: subway, cloud, boston

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#1834: mediterranean, oysters, blaeu

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#1833: biodiversity, datasets, ghost towns

  • CA Nature is a statewide interactive mapping and visualization toolkit with biodiversity, climate, and conservation information to advance 30x30: Conserving 30 percent of California's land and coastal waters by 2030
    https://www.californianature.ca.gov/pages/ca-nature
  • Categorized list of links to more than 500 sites that offer free geographic datasets available for upload to a GIS, but no guarantees are correct: apply common sense
    https://freegisdata.rtwilson.com/
  • A collection of more than 2,000 images of 180 ghost towns, mining camps, and historic sites in the United States, such as Bodie (highly recommended) and a map to locate them all
    https://www.ghosttowngallery.com/htme/map.htm

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#1832: metro, earthobservation, pine

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#1831: census, plague, sar

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#1830: hair, earthquake, ml

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#1829: ecology, africa, bicycle

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#1828: solar, climate, pollution

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#1827: pollution, ukraine, buildings

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#1826: landsat, cocaine, design

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#1825: mri, patterns, future

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