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  • Geography is an important part of our lives. Mapping and location are becoming more and more important and empowerment in both will be a big design question and strategic goal for the future.
  • Deze mensen zijn niet de satan. Ze doen alleen hun werk.

    Postcode.nl
  • The concept of Interregnum.
    Gramsci said “The old is dying and the new cannot be born.  In this interregnum there arises a great diversity of morbid symptoms.”
    http://jontaplin.com/america-30rebooting-after-the-crash/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Gramsci
  • http://www.cbs.nl/nl-NL/menu/themas/dossiers/nederland-regionaal/publicaties/geografische-data/archief/2007/2006-wijk-en-buurtkaart.htm

    Update
    Tjokvol informatie



  • Jonathan Resig of jQuery fame



  • I would love to get: money spent per capita by the government for each municipality.

    But anything you can think where you can map a municipality to a value or a color can be mapped in this way.
  • Pretty slow right now. Getting better quickly: latest Chromium nightly have a marked increase.
  • Going to make it easy for others to reuse this. Plugin their own data and run with it.
  • Zooming in/out
    Visualizing timeseries over geography
  • Dutchstats keynote short

    1. 1. Dutchstats @alper
    2. 2. • Shareable • Interactive • Insight
    3. 3. Geography
    4. 4. “The old is dying and the new cannot be born.” Antonio Gramsci
    5. 5. Wijk- en buurtkaart 2006
    6. 6. Explorations
    7. 7. Processing.js
    8. 8. Dutchstats http://bit.ly/dutchstats
    9. 9. Next
    10. 10. More data sources
    11. 11. Speed improvements
    12. 12. Open Source release
    13. 13. More functionality

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