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Digital Cartography [22]

Another hand-picked selection of interactive maps from all over the Internet

September 25, 2013

The German elections, although not as internationally exposed as the U.S Presidential’s, were the central topic for a fair amount of data visualizations that caught our attention these past weeks. For example, last week we featured the ‘ElectiolandMoritz Stefaner created for ZEIT Online (Moritz published a detailed post on his blog about this visualization).

This week, more ‘election maps’ surfaced, and Keir Clarke, from Google Maps Mania, posted some of them, with which we open today’s Digital Cartography. Also, Netzpolitik has just compiled a (much bigger) list with maps and other visualizations about the elections in Germany, so if you’re interested in this topic that’s the place to visit. We’ll be sure to bring some of those as well, in the next Interactive Inspiration post, set to be out in a couple of days.

Here’s the full list of interactive maps of the week:

Germany’s National Elections Overview | Google Politics & Elections

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Germany National Elections Overview
(image: Google Politics & Elections)

(Via Google Maps Mania)

Germany has voted | Süddeutsche

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic So Germany has elected
(image: Süddeutsche)

(Via Google Maps Mania)

Election 2013 in Berlin: All votes of the 1709 Local Election | Berliner Morgenpost

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Election 2013 in Berlin All votes of the 1709 Local Election
(image: Berliner Morgenpost)

(Via Google Maps Mania)

All eyes on Germany | BBC

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic All eyes on Germany
(image: BBC)

(Via Google Maps Mania)

Nonvoters 2013 | Mappable

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Nonvoters 2013
(image: Mappable)

NYC Election Atlas 2013 | CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic NYC Election Atlas 2013
(image: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism)

Uninsured Census Tract Map | Civis Analytics

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Uninsured Census Tract Map
(image: Civis Analytics)

(Via Google Maps Mania)

The Age of Reykjavík’s buildings | Matt Riggott

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic The Age of Greater Reykjavík
(image: Matt Riggott)

(Via Google Maps Mania)

Channels of contention | La Nation

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Channels of contention
(image: La Nation)

The chassidic route | World Monuments Fund

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic The chassidic route
(image: World Monuments Fund)

(Via Periscopic)

Separation Anxiety | The Wall Street Journal

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Separation Anxiety
(image: The Wall Street Journal)

Beer from around the World | Legal Info 360

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Beer from around the World
(image: Legal Info 360)

The map of the conflict in Syria | Globo

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic The map of the conflict in Syria
(image: Globo)

Saving the big trees of Yosemite | Los Angeles Times

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Saving the big trees of Yosemite
(image: Los Angeles Times)

SPC IR/RUC/OBS Composite | El Dorado County Weather

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic SPC IR/RUC/OBS Composite
(image: El Dorado County Weather)

US crime: murders and manslaughter by state | The Telegraph

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic US crime:  murders and manslaughters by state
(image: The Telegraph)

HIPAA Breach Map | Varonis

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Varonis’s Interactive HIPAA Breach Map
(image: Varonis)

 

Time to close today’s selection, but remember that you can also send your recommendations for interactive maps to be featured here, just drop us a message on Twitter or Facebook with the link. And we’ll be back next Wednesday with another round-up!

Written by Tiago Veloso

Tiago Veloso is the founder and editor of Visualoop and Visualoop Brasil . He is Portuguese, currently based in Bonito, Brazil.

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