Mapping nyc art galleries near subway stations

December 4, 2019 / 0 comments

Initially, I was interested in mapping art galleries in NYC to discover how the location of galleries may play a role in attracting people to different areas of NYC, specifically Harlem and the Bronx. However, after mapping the art galleries I saw that there were not many in Harlem or the Bronx. Unsurprisingly, downtown Manhattan…

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Sea Level Rise Map for NYC

December 4, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction Climate change has always been a topic of concern around the world, especially in recent years. Temperature is getting higher and higher, which leads to a rise in sea level. In my lab research, I would like to visualize future sea levels and floodplains in New York City. Hopefully, it could bring more attention……

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Pakistan’s linguistically DIVERSE AREAS

December 4, 2019 / 0 comments

Pakistan is the site of several ancient cultures and intertwined with the history of the Indian subcontinent. The ancient history involves the Neolithic site of Mehrgarh the bronze aged indus civilization. It has been a home to people from different faith and cultures including Hindus, Indo-Greeks, Muslims, Turco-Mongols, Afghans, and Sikhs. This history has a great……

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Nearing a Decade of Los Angeles Fires

December 4, 2019 / 0 comments

This map is an interactive visualization comparing the perimeters of Los Angeles County fires (2010-2018) with CAL FIRE Fire Hazard Severity Zones. (If you experience any difficulty viewing the embedded map above, click the button below to view the map directly on carto.com) BACKGROUND After the recent 2019 wildfires that spread throughout California, I wanted……

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The UK traffic data 2012-2014

December 4, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction The map is now an interface that can support productive information access and knowledge construction activities. In modern map-based environments, the map can literally use the World Wide Web as its “database.” Carto as a world’s leading Location Intelligence platform provides a possibility to visualize data on GIS workflows. Therefore, I pick up the abroad……

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UBER RIDES NETWORK

December 4, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction Nowadays, people maintain relationships with friends, neighbors are supplemented by new internet-based media. Uber as a new creation from technology in our life plays an important role in our daily network. I choose the dataset from Stan Tyan in Kaggle because it is a personal dataset of uber which displays his social network from……

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Mapping NYC restaurant grades by household income

December 2, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction While browsing through the NYC OpenData website, I came across a dataset that contains NYC’s restaurants inspection grades. As someone that that is very fond of eating out at restaurants, I thought that this would be the perfect dataset for me to work with. The dataset includes the restaurant’s name, address, type of cuisine,……

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Mapping the marriott library’s matchbook collection

December 2, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction When trying to develop a research question for the mapping project, I knew I wanted to utilize a dataset from an institution that is participating in the Collections as Data project. It is a project that is prioritizing making clean collection data accessible, so that scholars can apply computational analysis to them. One dataset……

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Languages on the Map

December 2, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction The existence, state, and death of languages can be influenced by geography. On a map, languages can be plotted to show their vicinity to each other in space. On a map, one can also see how natural land formations, such as mountains or deserts, influence where languages do or do not survive. This lab……

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New York – where would you go for a coffee on a rainy day?

November 30, 2019 / 0 comments

Very often, instead of studying at home, I go to one of the cafés in my neighbourhood. These are the places where I work on my assignments, respond to messages or simply enjoy coffee and life. What I have noticed is that usually, I’m not the only one! Therefore, I thought that the topic of……

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Mapping nyc library location with subway entrances

November 29, 2019 / 0 comments

INTRODUCTION As a New Yorker as well as a student, I always fascinated by the ample amount of resources that I can receive from the public libraries. I usually love to take the public transit subway to help me get to any of the branches around the city. This study will focus specifically on NYC’s……

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NIMBY NYC: What is a “Fair Share” of Homelessness?

November 28, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction Despite a Mayor who ran on a platform of affordable housing, the homeless population in New York City was at an all-time high this past April after a steady increase over 35 years. It’s obvious to anyone who takes the MTA that the shelter system is broken; The city is dependent on cost-ineffective hotel……

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School Safety in NYC

November 28, 2019 / 0 comments

INTRODUCTION Environment safety is the first concern of parents. No one wants to take a risk to their children study in an environment that has high criminal and violation records. In New York City, students go to school based on their home location. Many parents are willing to relocate to a safer district where the……

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NYC Wifi Hotspots

November 27, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction In today’s digital world, individuals are highly dependent on internet access. For safety, navigation, work or enjoyment, web connectivity has become a necessity. New York offers paid and unpaid wifi services in public areas to make the internet available and accessible to all. The following map demonstrates wifi hotspot locations in NYC. Dataset I……

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rising sea level and its impact on the MTA subway system

November 27, 2019 / 0 comments

INTRODUCTION The rise of global sea-levels is one of many worrisome consequences of global warming. Several nations are expected to experience severe damage within the 21st century, with some even predicted to completely submerge under the ocean. New York City is one of the major cities prone to these consequences, given its exposed waterfront location.……

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HOW mUCH IS OUR safety? — nyc airBNB price and crime map

November 25, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction: For travelers, there are not many things that have a higher priority than their safety. For people who have less information about the area, they might seem the price of the stay as a combination of convenience and safety. By visualizing the NYPD Public Safety and NYC Airbnb dataset on the NYC map with……

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Visualizing the network of disorders and disease genes

November 15, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction The relationship between genes and disorders is always an exciting topic in bioscience. In my lab practice, I would like to visualize the relationship between disorders and disease genes. In this way, it could be clear for researchers to know which kind of disorders have the greatest relationships with other genes and disorders. The……

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Visualization of the america Flights Network

November 15, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction  The United States may be the world’s biggest economic engines. On this gorgeous map of the US flight paths, designed by colleagues Scott Hessels and Gabriel Dunne at UCLA, traces some 60,000 routes on major and regional airlines around the country. I was fascinated by those relatively faint purple lines for each individual route and bright white nodes……

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NETWORK ANALYSIS on the developers and the modules of the Perl language

November 15, 2019 / 0 comments

INTRODUCTION Perl is a programming language that a family of high-level, universal, literal, and dynamic programming languages. Originally designed by Larry Wall to make reporting on UNIX more convenient, he decided to develop a generic manuscript language, which was published on December 18, 1987. CPAN is a online community contains a lot of software and……

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Duck, Duck, Goose analysis: Examining Geese Foraging Spatial Network patterns by gender

November 13, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction Animals grazing on the same patch during a sampling period were assumed to be associating (gambit of the group) Materials I accessed the fowl database through networkrepository.org , an eponymous open-source log with a substantial amount of animal behavior data. This specific data on foraging patterns came from a published animal interaction study conducted……

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