After yesterday’s big news, we are now getting back in track with our regular editorial schedule. So, as we always do every Wednesday, it’s time for interactive maps and cartographic narratives.
However, we do have a lot to celebrate, and so, instead of bringing you the latest examples collected throughout the Internet, we will share some for the interactive maps already featured on our gallery. And before we start, we’d also like to thank Keir Clarke, from Maps Mania – an Internet reference when it comes to showcase the best interactive maps -, for his nice article about the “new” Visualoop.com..
Hope you enjoy it as well:
Chicago’s Million Dollar Blocks | DataMade et al
Everest routes | National Geographic
Mapping Tourism | Mappable
The Flight of Refugees Around the Globe | The New York Times
Drought and agriculture | ThomsonReuters
A History of Bay Area Open Space Conservation | KQED Public Media, San Francisco/ Bill Lane Center for the American West, Stanford University
Significant Tech Real Estate Deals in San Francisco | Stamen Design
Macrometeorites – the largest meteorites throughout history | Roxana Torre
Lobbying in Europe | Transparency International
NYC Street Trees by Species | Jill Hubley
Journalism’s Voyage West | Bill Lane Center for the American West, Stanford University/ High Country News
Syria After Four Years of Mayhem | The New York Times
Changes in Rent Stabilization, 2007-2014 | John Krauss
The State of Gerrymandering | Silicon Valley Data Science
That’s it for today’s special Digital Cartography, and next week we’ll return to our usual showcase of projects released recently by some of the top designers and publishers. Until then, keep browsing our gallery.