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TweetI just love big data analytics… case in point, Estately recently ran a bunch of Google search queries through Google analytics in order to come up with an interesting map that reveals just which search trends are hot for each … Continue reading
TweetI’m not calling this a “best” list as that’s pretty tough to call, however, it is a fine list of sweet maps and data visualizations that we enjoyed and shared with the community during the first half of 2013 – … Continue reading
TweetAre you into historical maps? If so check out this sampling of the collection available for sale in the Amerisurv.com Map Store… enjoy!
TweetI’m constantly blown away by the amazing Geo Tech talent that we have coming out of Canada… today we have details of another cool webmap service coming from North of 49 – enter MapSherpa (from DM Solutions Group, Ottawa). MapSherpa … Continue reading
TweetIndeed a map is worth at least 1,000 words in my mind.. I wish the mainstream media would realize this. The only reason I bring this up is because today I’m browsing through the local paper (The Colloradoan) which serves … Continue reading
TweetA great resource from the Christian science Monitor, a Patchwork National Map where users can explore the geography of the land and see up close the makeup of 11 sample communities. Very nice! See http://www.csmonitor.com/patchworknation/ Please visit www.GISuser.com and www.LBSzone.com … Continue reading