Many universities around the world use CartoDB, for research and in the classroom, to create interactive tools for educators and departments. Types of visualizations vary from historical occurrences, natural events, predictions, economic trends, population performance, and disease evolution.
View how test scores are visualized per school district in polygons to show elementary school student performance in New York City.
Or visualize how far birds migrate in a single night thanks to our torque feature:
Discover how to use CartoDB as a powerful education and research tool in our webinar next Thursday January 21:Register
Andy Eschbacher, our Map Scientist at CartoDB, is hosting this webinar. Andy has been fascinated by maps since he was a boy and now he enjoys researching and improving our tool to let you create amazing data-driven maps!
Happy data mapping!
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