This template is my ideal format for issues submitted to a github repository.
|Ablutophobia||Fear of washing or bathing.|
|Acarophobia||Fear of itching or of the insects that cause itching.|
|Acerophobia||Fear of sourness.|
|Achluophobia||Fear of darkness.|
|Acousticophobia||Fear of noise.|
|Acrophobia||Fear of heights.|
|Aerophobia||Fear of drafts, air swallowing, or airbourne noxious substances.|
|Aeroacrophobia||Fear of open high places.|
|Aeronausiphobia||Fear of vomiting secondary to airsickness.|
This is Not a Map:
Building Interactive Maps with Creative Themes and Geometries
The meaning of "map" across disciplines is remarkably varied. It's effectively a spatial representation of geo-topography, a linking between tables by foreign key, a datatype in C++... At CartoDB, users make creative use of our custom basemaps feature, building remarkable maps of multivariate information off-the-(beaten) geographic projection. Many have designed and published interactive maps of cemetery burial plots, galactic drawings of the Star Wars Universe, heatmaps of court traffic during the NBA finals. Let's explore other maps, and investigate topic and themes not yet covered in interactives...talk about how to map them, and why mapping unmapped data might be the perfect expression of their meaning.
###5/3/16 11:30 AM Berlin
- Catalase activity in Smicridea McLachlan, 1871 (Insecta, Trichoptera) collected from natural and altered/impacted streams - Scientific Figure on ResearchGate. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/281340883_fig1_Figure-1-Map-of-the-sampling-sites-CV-riparian-vegetation-and-CSV-agriculture-land
- Nailpolis, Ceci n'est pas une pipe!, http://www.nailpolis.com/artworks/nerdyfleurty-ceci-n-est-pas-une-pipe-5442
- NASA Earth Observatory (2015, February 12) Landsat Goes Over the Top: A Long View of the Arctic
- Exploring Code Canvas,
[project] weather-based transport recs for NYC
This is a short little experiment to fuse the forcast.io api with some public data about transportation possibilities in NYC. If the weather is nice, bike options are shown, if it's cold or rainy, subways are highlighted and "danger zones" for bikers centered around CityBike stations as a centroid are displayed, if the weather is "wintery mix" you are encouraged to seek a subway entrance.
For context a small div in the upper left displays the current temperature and precipitation type, if any for NYC's lat/long.
main.js hosts pretty much all the code that wires up the switches, so check it out for logic :).