This weekend was #EcoHackNYC where we were really happy to see lots of people using CartoDB for their projects! Here is a quick mention about one of the projects developed there in an afternoon; a cool map and a null model statistical analysis looking at the relationship of civil conflicts in relation to Protected Areas in Democratic Republic of Congo. (Good work to <a title=”simon” target=”_blank” Simon and <a title=”saleiva” target=”_blank” Sergio who were part of the team!)
Take a look and don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions about it!
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