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Bookmarks tagged with “maps”

203 bookmarks by garrettc



Footways

"Footways is a network of quiet and enjoyable routes for walking in London"

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Placemark

“The fast & powerful way to edit geospatial data. Import GeoJSON, KML, CSV, and more, collaborate, create maps.”

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This City Does Not Exist

ML generated satellite shots of non-existant cities.

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Map generators

Genrators for village, city, shoreline, dungeon and neighbourhoods

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Azgaar's Fantasy Map Generator

Web application generating interactive and customizable maps

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Lights of the sea online

"A Google Maps and OpenStreetMap based interactive map full of blinking lighthouses, light buoys and other beacons to discover and explore."

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Lights at sea

Animated map of lighthouses around the world showing colour and spread of lights.

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Route Planner for Walking, Running, Cycling

“Free route planner - plan, measure and discover new routes, with choice of maps, directions and elevation profiles. “

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Mini Tokyo 3D

"Mini Tokyo 3D is a real-time 3D map of public transportation in Tokyo. Trains in operation and airplanes that are arriving or departing are represented on a realistic 3D map with smooth animation. This is a “digital twin” that looks exactly like the real world in the digital world."

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River Runner Global

"Click to drop a raindrop anywhere in the world and watch where it ends up"

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MAPfrappe - Compare Geo Sizes

This site shows you the relative sizes of different things in the world: cities, provinces, parks, buildings, countries, etc. Draw an outline in the lefthand pane, it transposes it to the map on the right.

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Beyond the Sea, flowing and exploding edition | Andy Woodruff

"Last year I took a whack at mapping what you’d “see” if you looked straight across the ocean from coastlines around the world. Since then, an interactive version of that has been a back-burner idea. Well, finally, here we go."

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35 Maps of History

"Some of the historical maps displayed above highlight how empires have risen and fallen throughout the centuries. We can learn how the Mongols once consumed a continent. We can see how Roman roads once stretched across Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa. And we can marvel at how the Ottoman Empire came to spread across 2 million square miles."

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Map Projection Playground

Interactive map projections.

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Aerial Archaeology Mapping Explorer | Historic England

"The Aerial Archaeology Mapping Explorer is a tool that displays archaeology that has been identified, mapped and recorded using aerial photographs and other aerial sources across England."

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Mapus: A map tool with real-time collaboration

Mapus is a tool to explore and annotate collaboratively on a map. You can draw, add markers, lines, areas, find places to go, observe other users, and much more.

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Map projections

See how cartographers have to distort the Earth to create projections.

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Maps with Django (part 2): GeoDjango, PostGIS and Leaflet

"Keeping in mind the Pythonic principle that “simple is better than complex” we’ll see how to create a web map with the Python based web framework Django using its GeoDjango module, storing geographic data in your PostgreSQL database on which to run geospatial queries with PostGIS."

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Layers of London | Recording the Layers of London's Rich Heritage

"Choose historical maps of London, and overlay them with information about a range of topics and themes."

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OpenCage Geocoder - Easy, Open, Worldwide, Affordable Geocoding

An easy-to-use forward and reverse geocoding API. Worldwide coverage. Affordable, predictable pricing. Open data.

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City Roads

Draw all roads in a city at once

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Side by side georeferenced maps viewer

Side-by-side view of old maps and current Open Street Map, from th e National Library of Scotland

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River Runner

Visualise how a drop of rain gets to the sea in the United States.

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ORBIS: The Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World

“Taking account of seasonal variation and accommodating a wide range of modes and means of transport, ORBIS reveals the true shape of the Roman world and provides a unique resource for our understanding of premodern history.”

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MapSwipe

"Humanitarian organisations can't help people if they can't find them. MapSwipe is a mobile app that lets you search satellite imagery to help put the world's most vulnerable people on the map."

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MapChart

Make your own custom map of the World, United States, Europe, and 50+ different maps. Color an editable map and download it for free to use in your project.

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Who’s On First

A gazetteer or big list of places, each with a stable identifier and some number of descriptive properties about that location.

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Ever Given Ever Ywhere

Why should the Suez Canal have all the fun? From the comfort of home you can get the Ever Given stuck wherever you want it. Drag and zoom the map to move this big old boat somewhere else.

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City Guesser

"City Guesser is a game that plops you into a random city and forces you to guess where you are at!"

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Earth at a Cute Angle

"Although not the most common type of imagery from orbit, these oblique views (also known as off-nadir views) connect our own lifetime of experiences with the unfamiliar view from space."

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Mercator: Extreme

An interactive playground to explore the extreme distortions of the Mercator projection. Set any point on Earth as the new North Pole. Warp the map in real-time. See the world in a whole new way.

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Draw all roads in any city at once

This website allows you to select a city and then draws every single road on a screen.

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The New York City Subway Map as You’ve Never Seen It Before

The city has changed drastically over the past 40 years, yet the M.T.A. map designed in 1979 has largely endured.

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Arcane Maps

No log mapping with full privacy.

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Mini Tokyo 3D

A real-time 3D digital map of Tokyo's public transport system. This data visualization was produced by Akihiko Kusanagi.

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The Atlas of Moons

Soar through a cosmic menagerie of moons—and learn their long-held secrets—in our interactive atlas.

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Generating fantasy maps

"These are some notes on how I generate the maps for my Twitter bot @unchartedatlas, which is based on a generator I originally produced during NaNoGenMo 2015."

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What 3 Words? Jog on mate!

The OpenAddresses.io website notes that "Address data is essential infrastructure". Geography underpins so much of the data we collect and is collected about us, making address registers important parts of national data infrastructure. In the UK we've been wrestling with the fact that our address register is not open for many years. After the decision to sell…

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Population Mountains

The shape of cities, using population data for every 1,000 square meters.

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24 Amazing, Homemade Dungeons & Dragons Maps

"Roll for incredible adventure maps. Natural 20."

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The Megalithic Portal

World-wide Ancient Site Database, Photos and Prehistoric Archaeology News with geolocation : The Megalithic Portal and Megalith Map:

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Large-scale WebGL-powered Geospatial Data Visualization Tool

Kepler.gl is a data agnostic, WebGL empowered, high-performance web application for geospatial analytic visualizations.

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Uber’s Open Source Geospatial Toolbox

Created by Uber's Visualization team, kepler.gl is an open source data agnostic, high-performance web-based application for large-scale geospatial visualizations.

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