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Visualising the Japan earthquake: LA Times

The devastating earthquake that hit Japan’s north-east coast last Friday has thrown up plenty of options for visualisation. But this from the LA Times, using seismological data is both one of the prettiest and most interesting. It’s a timeline you … Continue reading

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Data tool of the week: BatchGeo

Ever wanted to make a map using some data you’ve got? Maybe it’s a list of councils that have passed their spending cut budgets, or the MPs with the highest expenses claims. Well BatchGeo could be just the tool for … Continue reading

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