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Presented at GeoRabble #7 in Sydney, Australia, this was my presentation about how to present users with massive amounts of interactive data.

Presented at GeoRabble #7 in Sydney, Australia, this was my presentation about how to present users with massive amounts of interactive data.

I presented UTFGrids, MBTiles, and TileMill.

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  • 1. Creating User Friendly Massive Maps Kelvin Nicholson
  • 2. The Problem -33.86671912345,151.20568165842 -33.8667,151.2056 ST_Simplify(the_geom,0.5)
  • 3. Examples – NPR U.S. Census 2010
  • 4. Examples – NPR Poisoned Places
  • 5. Examples – BKL YNR | Block by Block
  • 6. Solution – UTFGrids
  • 7. Solution – UTFGrids
  • 8. Solution – TileMill
  • 9. Examples – Commute Time (57,462 polygons)
  • 10. Examples – Commute, City of Cities
  • 11. Examples – Urban Density
  • 12. References • BKL YNR | Block by Block (http://bklynr.com/block-by-block- brooklyns-past-and-present/) • Have a look at the UTF Grid (http://milkator.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/have-a-look-at-the-utf- grid/) • UTFGrid Spec 1.3 (https://github.com/mapbox/utfgrid- spec/blob/master/1.3/utfgrid.md)