Ráfagas Geospatial links everyday

Nº153: bitchin', stealing, CAD, geographer, matching, LSD

  • Prostitution maps of London by the end of 18th century based on 1788 directory of professionals http://www.romanticlondon.org/harris-list-1788/

  • Concealed devices with GPS and GSM hidden in bicycles to recover them if stolen http://www.integratedtrackers.com/GPSTrack/

  • Advanced map styling techniques in CartoDB aimed at replacing AutoCad http://blog.cartodb.com/advanced-cartocss/

  • Are geographers specialized generalists or are they generalized specialists? http://www.graphicarto.com/geography-for-the-non-geographer/

  • An old dream come true: automatically map matching GPS tracks to road network https://www.mapbox.com/blog/map-matching-api/

  • Neuronal networks for image analysis applied to cartography: maps on LSD http://www.citylab.com/design/2015/07/psychedelic-maps-made-with-googles-deepdream-code/397961/

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