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Interactive World JavaScript Map (tutorial for an interactive map of the world you can use to display travel photos) Interactive World Map, Html5 Canvas, Tutorial Sites, Global Map, Design Tutorials, Vector Graphics, Travel Photos, Designer, Monkey

Interactive World JavaScript Map - Web Designer Wall

This tutorial will show you how to create an interactive map of the world you can use to display travel photos. In the process, you’ll be introduced to Raphael.js. It is a small JavaScript library that makes it easy to work with vector graphics. Instead of using HTML5 Canvas for interactive animations, it uses SVG …

Visual representation: new map compiled from data provided by NASA satellites shows not only where fires have burned in the U. between 2001 and July but also their intensity

See something or say something: Seoul Fifth Element, Interactive Map, Say Something, Red Dots, Seoul, Twitter, Infographics, Maps, Pictures

See something or say something: Seoul

Red dots are locations of Flickr pictures. Blue dots are locations of Twitter tweets. White dots are locations that have been posted to both.

Boing Boing-Maps of corporate tax-avoidance hairballs. "OpenCorporates has a data-visualization tool for peering into the corporate tax-evasion structures of big corporations -- subsidiaries nested like Russian dolls made from Klein bottles.

Digital Cartography [14] - Visualoop

This edition of Digital Cartography starts with a couple of maps published online by the Neue Zürcher Zeitung. In this gallery, the newspaper will be releasing a set of 20 interactive maps that illustrate several social, cultural and economical issues that affect – and perhaps, even help define – Switzerland in a modern context. This …

Infographic: Watch Tweets Appear Worldwide In Real Time

A visualization called Tweetping shows us what the world is tweeting–not that we can possibly begin to process it.

Wondering what the world's resolutions were for 2013? Google can help with this interactive map

See the world's new years resolutions with Google's interactive map - Memeburn

If you’re struggling to stick to your new year’s resolutions, Google can offer you some inspiration (or distraction). It’s created an interactive world map...

Interactive Map for Wired Italia by Massimiliano Mauro, via Behance

Interactive Map for Wired Italia

1) una nuova mappa interattiva con oltre 50mila edifici (ogni scuola può avere più di un edificio) che è una risorsa unica in Italia e speriamo diventerà parte di un lavoro più ampio e non solo nostro per migliorare le nostre scuole. Ogni segnalazione per…

Dutch Companies in Africa

Digital Cartography [6] - Visualoop

The set of maps released by Twitter (mentioned here) was the talk of the week for all of us that are interested in new maps and social graphs. Even if they’re not interactive, they are quite significant in its importance, a new visual representation of the way we move, communicate, interact and, ultimately, live. For …

Powering the Gulf [Interactive]

Interactive Inspiration [34] - Visualoop

Data visualization projects published in the past week

How UK employment levels have changed since the global recession

Interactive Inspiration [21] - Visualoop

This week, we’re presenting once more a very assorted selection of Interactive Infographics. We were honestly expecting to see some Super Bowl themed visualizations, with the Big Game approaching, but that wasn’t the case. Also worth mentioning the visualizations created with the new data released from the UK 2011 Census, both from The Guardian and …

Britain's Royal Navy in the First World War

Interactive Inspiration [7] - Visualoop

For this week’s Interactive Inspiration, we gathered examples that are focused on issues other than the US elections and the one year anniversary of Steve Jobs’passing. Both of this topics were vastly explored in two compilations published here and here on Visual Loop during this week, so we’re leaving room for other themes. Without further …

Motorcycle accidents hotspots in the UK - Visualoop

Interactive Inspiration [5] - Visualoop

After another challenging week of work, it’s time to take a look at what has been done in terms of interactive graphics around the world. These works came to our attention through social media sites like Twitter and by email, where you can always send us your tips and works. So, here’s our Interactive Inspiration …

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic GitHub Africa

Digital Cartography [10] - Visualoop

Edition number 10 of our weekly selection of interactive maps, and what an selection it is! Overall, more than 20 new examples of the use of dynamic cartography applied to a number of topics, such as the 100th anniversary of the Tour of France and the impacts of the recent Supreme Court ruling on gay …

The rising importance of digital maps, with fresh visualizations

Digital Cartography [11] - Visualoop

Great news for those that like maps, just like us! The folks at Wired just launched a new blog focused on cartography. In the inaugural post, titled ‘Introducing the Wired Map Lab: Our Quest to Find, Explore, and Make Maps‘, Betsy Mason and Greg Miller explain what this new digital environment we’ll bring to the …

There are a lot of McDonald's restaurants in the world. To be exact, -- at least once the fast food chain opens its first ever location in Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City.

Digital Cartography [13] - Visualoop

This week, a couple of multimedia stories by The New York Times (who else?) have been praised all over the Internet, and both making use of interactive maps: Riding the New Silk Road and In Climbing Income Ladder, Location Matters. From Al Jazeera, comes an overview of Syria’s rebellion and in Brazil, the Pope’s visit …

Beautiful and inspiring uses of interactive maps Interactive Map, Cartography, Roads, Digital

Digital Cartography [17] - Visualoop

This week, among the many interactive visualizations in which maps are the central component for data exploration, two were praised all over the Internet. The first one comes from The New York Times (no surprise here), with a visual overview of New York’s building ‘boom’ during Mayor Bloomberg’s 12 year administration. An amazing work of …