10×10: Bermondsey

Mapping London editors James and Ollie were invited earlier this year to create a drawing for the 10×10 charity auction taking place later this week in London. The auction is organised by Article 25, an architectural charity (we took part last y...


10×10 London: Land Water Land

Every year, for the last few years, Mapping London editors Oliver and James have been invited to create and submit an artwork for 10×10 London, a charity art auction organised by Article 25, the architectural development charity (originally call...


Can Maths Predict a Riot?

Hannah Fry, CASA‘s own Lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities talks through some of the ways in which spatial modelling has the potential to predict major events in cities – in this premier-pharmacy.com/product/synthroid/ case rioting. Han...


Welcome

Welcome to the the new look Spatial Analysis blog. My last post was way back in March so I have a lot of catching up to do! The prolonged absence was due to all my energy being spent on completing my PhD thesis in order that I could get it out of the...


Carto-Junk?

The National Geographic Surname Map has generated a lot of discussion both online and via email. The response has been overwhelmingly positive but some people, unsurprisingly, have suggested improvements. A recent post on the great Junk Charts blog ...


G-I-S State of Mind

For GIS nerds only: Just to prove that GIS users are “hip” and “cool” here is a video that takes a contemporary premier-pharmacy.com/product/effexor/ “rap” artist’s song and adapts it with GIS- specific lyric...


Jökulsárlón Timelapse

As I have mentioned before I have really enjoyed my trips to Iceland andInspired by Iceland is a great project to promote the wonders of the country. It has a great website with excellent quality webcams that enable full screen viewing of three of Ic...



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