This map (Celebrating Lost Loved Ones) and webmap service tip comes via tip from Jeremiah Lindeman, County Government Team lead at Esri. The map takes a close look at the troubling problem of drug deaths in America.
An interesting and fun map of the day comes to us from Nissan in their latest US College hoops promotion #NissanUltimateAcces
An interesting Map of the Day comes via Huffington Post – enter Firearm deaths in the USA – Number of firearm-related deaths per 100,000 people, reported in 2013
An interesting map to share as findings from CreditCards.com Finds Upper Midwest Leads Way, Mid-Atlantic Lags – Montana residents are the best at managing money and Marylanders are the worst, according to a new CreditCards.com analysis.
Do you live in beer or wine country? A great thing to know these days as the craft beer revolution soars – enter the Beer Country or Wine Country Map
Here’s a fun little animated creation that shows a glimpse of the evolution of the States and Territories of the USA. Sit back and watch the animation as the colony boundaries change as the years go by – a nice little history lesson here!
While activity remains relatively low across most of the U.S., The Walgreens Flu Index™data continues to suggest slight increases in flu activity in a number of markets.
In January 6th, 2016, The New York Public Library made over 187K digital items in the public domain available for high resolution download. This is one of many experiments by the NYPL Labs to help patrons understand and explore what was contained in that release.
Here’s an interesting selection for the “Map of the Day” award that comes via the UK Data explorer. A fine mashup that was shared via a colleague on LinkedIn
This visualization comes via Twitter from the Official Twitter account of the International Coalition for Operation Inherent Resolve @cjtfoir