- Showcasing the best in online maps and mapping.
- New Arctic Ice Thickness Map
- Life Expectancy in the U.S.
- Mapping the spread of the Cordón Caulle volcano ash cloud
- Visualize world flights on a 3D globe
- Socal Networking Map of the World (June 2011)
- Before and after aerial imagery of the Wallow Fire, Arizona
- The Dangers of New York City Traffic
- Explore the Sun with Helioviewer
Category Archives: Social Networks
Vincent Cosmati has updated his twice yearly map showing the most popular social networks in different countries around the world. No real surprise to see Facebook continuing to spread. chalking up a bunch of Middle East countries such as Syria, … Continue reading →
The Wall Street Journal has published a fascinating, in-depth analysis of user data from location sharing app Foursquare for San Francisco and New York. The idea: to look at differences between behaviour patterns in the two cities. A weeks worth of user … Continue reading →
Zdenek Hynek and Martin Pulicar from Masaryk University, Czech Republic have put together this beautifully designed interactive infographic showing Facebook user distribution around the globe. Styled in the familiar dark on light blue Facebook colours, the application lets you display various … Continue reading →
Last month Paul Butler released an awesome map visualization of Facebook connections around the globe. Now Andreas Kaltenbrunner has cleverly reverse engineered the idea, and created similar images for Spain using data from Tuenti, a Spanish social networking site. The … Continue reading →
checkfacebook.com tracks information reported by Facebook’s advertising tool and publishes unofficial audience figure totals and demographics to demonstrate how Facebook is spreading across the globe. Using the embedded map you can look at information for individual countries and display charts … Continue reading →
Very cool. Paul Butler a Facebook Intern, visualizes the relationships between 10 million pairs of Facebook friends. Remarkably, the map doesn’t include any of the usual features you find in a normal map eg ocean-land borders. Yet it’s still possible … Continue reading →