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Links 1 through 10 of 41 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged maps

Kevin: A visualisation of the tweets about the unrest following the fatal shooting of a black teen by police in Ferguson Missouri.

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Where? is one of the fundamental questions journalists set out to answer, but often, the maps produced to accompany stories feel flat, or are hard to interpret. StoryMapJS is a new Knight Lab tool to help you connect the places of your story into a media-rich narrative. via Pocket

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Kevin: A look at t tool that will help filter data using Google Maps API. It is said to be a challenging process, but there are some good guides and tutorials included in the post.

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Kevin: Self-descriptive, but a javascript library for maps that works well on mobile platforms.

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Kevin: An excellent project by WNYC about predicted and actual flooding during Hurricane Sandy. Excellent use of maps and data.

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Kevin: A tool to create custom KML shapes in Google Maps and earth.

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