Net Tuesday Vancouver at the Hive presents: Visualizing data using maps and other tools

On February 5, 2013, Net Tuesday Vancouver presented this event at the Hive. Mack Hardy spoke about maps and putting large amounts of data onto web-based maps, how to get more information onto maps, and some other ways we can dynamically visualize data using opensource javascript libraries like http://d3js.org/ and http://raphaeljs.com/ Mack demonstrated how you can to build a simple map from open data sources using Google Fusion Tables and showed some examples of using maps to tell stories and communicate information. Whether using data created by your own organization, or external sources, its very important to create a context for the message you are communicating. Mack also showed some examples of using maps to tell stories and communicate information. Whether using data created by your own organization, or external sources, its very important to create a context for the message you are communicating. The twitter hashtag for Net Tuesday is #ntvan and our account is @NetTuesday

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