Posts for tag « d3 »

André Ourednik, Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Spatial mobility always involves at least two types of distances: the topographical distance traveled on the surface of the Earth and the time distance taken to do so. GéoRécits3D allows you to map both in a “space-time aquarium” (a cuboid with one dimension dedicated to time). It is written using HTML5 and JavaScript, and uses […]

André Ourednik, Sunday, May 6, 2018

Spatial mobility always involves at least two types of distances: the topographical distance traveled on the surface of the Earth and the time distance taken to do so. GéoRécits allows you to map both simultaneously in your web browser. Use GéoRécits online HERE. Or download GéoRécits from its GitHub repository for offline use.  See Offline […]

André Ourednik, Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Pourquoi ces cartes hachurées à la main? Dans le cours, nous avons eu l’occasion de voir les cartes de Philippe Rekacewicz, intentionnellement coloriées à la main. En voici un exemple sur visionscarto.net. Ces cartes aux aspects de croquis ont plusieurs avantages. D’abord, elles libèrent leur lecteur de l’évidence de la carte. Contrairement aux tracés géométriques […]

André Ourednik, Sunday, April 22, 2018

The legend for proportional circles sizes is drawn automatically. Reprojectiong on the fly from WGS84 to the newly available AirOcean (Dymaxion projection) in D3v5. Example data: number of political reports sent by Swiss embasies to Bern in all languages and in French specifically betwee 1920 annd 1960. Basemaps are from here. Running D3 version of […]