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Written by Aurelia Moser on Nov 3, 2015
Written by Aurelia Moser on Oct 5, 2015
If you’ve ever seen an animated map on the web, or read our technical blogs for the past year, you might be familiar with Torque, CartoDB’s library for animating time-serie...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Sep 25, 2015
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Written by Aurelia Moser on Jul 13, 2015
As humans, our sense of smell, or olfaction, often triggers the recollection of memorable experiences and the reflexive tuning of our taste buds. How we rectify these trigg...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Jul 1, 2015
When we talk about maps in our present, we often forget the intrepid legacy of mapmaking in our past. Some subtle reminders of the struggles behind our geographic sensitivi...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Jun 19, 2015
Early June was a grand month for conferences in the civic tech and mapping scene. Reviewing the online documentation for the Personal Democracy Forum, State of the Map, and...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Jun 12, 2015
In the second addition of our series on clever mapping with GDELT data (see this post from last week), we wanted to take on some more advanced mapping techniques. Again, we...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Jun 10, 2015
Property values are a persistent obsession for New Yorkers, as are the arbitrary constraints to dwelling well (dwelling? yes). Between navigating the rental quagmire of onl...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Jun 5, 2015
A short week after our conference celebrating news and maps, and a short month away from State of the Map, we wanted to write and wrap up some of the awesome of GeoJourNews...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Jun 3, 2015
What would it look like to literally map the world’s news as it happens? What if you could reach across a growing fraction of the world’s news media every day, in real tim...
Written by Aurelia Moser on May 5, 2015
Take a look at some of the most well-trafficked maps in our gallery and it’s not hard to understand how often data-driven journalism underscores great maps, and how common ...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Apr 27, 2015
This past Saturday, an epic earthquake devastated Nepal, resulting in a profound death toll and an impressive response from the humanitarian and crisis-mapping community.
Written by Aurelia Moser on Apr 10, 2015
In the wake of World Water Day (water puns for the win!), we’re plotting this Map of the Week using CartoDB + OdysseyJS to characterize rivers, and chapterize learning abo...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Mar 23, 2015
Fresh from a series of March conferences including FOSS4G, Tapestry, and NICAR, the community team at CartoDB has been working to better support our geo-journalists with ne...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Feb 16, 2015
This past week, the NYTimes posted an extended piece on mapping county-level lynching data, a topic of interest to some of our academic users and in particularly, Michael W...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Feb 13, 2015
This week marks a winter slurry of holiday occasions, including Lincoln’s Birthday (Wednesday), World Radio Day/Friday the 13th (Friday), Valentines Day (Saturday!), and H...
Written by Aurelia Moser on Jan 22, 2015
On Tuesday evening, President Barack Obama delivered his final State of the Union Address. This year marks the first year that the State of the Union address was made avail...
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