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Interactive map of Twitter mentions in geotagged tweets

I recently had the pleasure of building my first interactive map visualization using Leaflet with Joshua R. Melville and the Floatingsheep team, who have written more about the methodology. I’m drafting more about developing the visualization itself, but in the meantime thought I would simply share the results:

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Interactive Maps

Update: 6 November 2012 – US map featured in the Guardian. I’ve not blogged for a while on this site, because I’ve been doing lots of blogging on the InteractiveVis project site. InteractiveVis is a project to create easy to … Continue reading

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Need your vote (if .ac.uk email)! — Interactive visualization development

Update: 25 June 2012 The project has been choosen by JISC to receive funding. Further information on the project and status updates will be communicated via the InteractiveVis project blog. Update: 27 March 2012 We’ve been successful in getting 150 … Continue reading

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