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– Relief Shading
Welcome to the Relief Shading Website This website is intended to give cartographers, map enthusiasts and students in-depth information about shaded relief. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  cartography  maps  reference 
yesterday by jeremyday
CARTO — Location Intelligence Software
CARTO is the platform to build powerful Location Intelligence apps with the best data streams available.
mapping  maps  geo  geodata  geospatial  spatial  data  location  cartography  API  intelligence 
2 days ago by csaper
A Map of the World Where the Sizes of Countries Are Determined by Population
Max Roser has constructed a cartogram of the world where the size of the countries are determined by their populations (big version of the image here). He refers to it as “the map we need if we want to think about how global living conditions are changing”.
global  world  cartography  population  human  map 
2 days ago by markhgn
tangrams/paparazzi: Sneaky version of Tangram-ES that loads a YAML scene file, takes snapshots, and runs away
Sneaky version of Tangram-ES that loads a YAML scene file, takes snapshots, and runs away - tangrams/paparazzi
tangram  raster  tiles  cartography 
3 days ago by mojodna
Indigenous Place Names and Cultural Property – The Map Room
I’ve mentioned Coming Home to Indigenous Place Names in Canada, a wall map of Canadian place names in indigenous languages, before. I’ve since received a review copy and have been able to examine it in some detail. One thing that struck me is the following statement, which appears on the map.

The place names in this map are the intellectual and cultural property of the First Nation, Métis, and Inuit communities on whose territories they are located. The names may not be mapped, copied, or reproduced in any way without the permission of the Nations, communities, and organizations who are their caretakers.
cartography  mapping  indigenous  intellectual_property  naming 
3 days ago by shannon_mattern
Twitter
Using LiDAR to compare from the 1940s with today's landscape 👇
cartography  from twitter_favs
5 days ago by rukku
Unfolding the Earth: Myriahedral Projections
"Mapping the earth is a classic problem. For thousands of years cartographers, mathematicians, and inventors have come up with methods to map the curved surface of the earth to a flat plane. The main problem is that you cannot do this perfectly, such that both the shape and size of the surface are depicted properly everywhere. This has intrigued me for a long time. Why not just take a map of a small part of the earth, which is almost perfect, glue neighboring maps to it, and repeat this until the whole earth is shown? Of course you get interrupts, but does this matter? What does such a map look like? To check this out, we developed myriahedral projections."
cartography  projection  myriahedral 
5 days ago by arsyed
Twitter
A famous one, shown at the history of symposium ICA Oxford by Rose Mitchell
cartography  from twitter_favs
7 days ago by ljegou

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