It has been about a week and a half since we released Torque in the CartoDB dashboard. While it isn’t enough time to see the library integrated into some of the bigger development projects out there, we have seen a number of very cool maps popping up online through Twitter. Here are the links to some of our favorites.
LIRR Train Movement
Proud of my first animated visualization! Shows @LIRR activity using @CartoDB http://t.co/GRN9e93YiW #transit #visualization #beginner— James Wong (@jcwong86)
3.2 million fishing boats
3.2 million fishing boat locations, visualised in 15 minutes with #cartodb. Love it. http://t.co/5guXD1OMbe #strataconf— Craig Mills (@craigmmills)
A hike in Iceland
#torque is amazing , I've created a viz in just 5 minutes about a hike in iceland. Looks great. @cartoDB shines http://t.co/1GWKgIU48X— Fabio Rueda (@avances123)
Crime reports in San Luis Obispo
@cartoDB @DowntownSLO @slocityblotter All reported crimes in SLO,CA between January ‘12-June ‘13 with CartoDB+Torque. http://t.co/dN8C1z11tw— Chad (@heyjack88)November 19, 2013
As always, we love to hear what you are creating with CartoDB, so be sure to write us on Twitter!
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