Andrew Hill

Some different ways to use Torque

Last weekend I published a pretty long blog post about some Torque methods you probably haven’t used. If you have used Torque before to make maps with data and are interested in how to use it in new ways, go read the full post.

Some of the methods I describe in the blog post are advanced and undocumented. The post serves as a good starting point for you to explore, learn, and innovate with a really tool for rendering geospatial data on the web. Here are two of my favorites.

Grid-intensity map

Static preference map

Keep an eye out for some coming blog posts where we’ll be expanding upon some of these and other advanced methods for making maps.

Let us know what you make and happy mapping!

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Andrew Hill

Formerly head of Research & Data at CARTO, Andrew now serves as CARTO’s Scientific Advisor.

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