An emoji map of San Diego has won the “Most Unique” map award at the Esri User Conference 2017. Featuring 48,400 emoji, the original map from Europa Technologies was a popular exhibit at the major GIS event which this year drew almost 18,000 attendees.
Some NFL television ratings have been suffering and for a number of reasons this season, and while it seems like a perfect storm, the week 6 tie between the Seahawks and the Cardinals on Sunday night saw a resurgence that says all hope may not be lost for the league and its advertisers.
Adventurers and fundraisers planning to complete the Three Peaks Challenge can now travel lighter thanks to the new OS Three Peaks map.
This “map of the day” comes via way of the publication Army Times and shares the locations of Army Hot Spots as of May 24, 2016. the map shares pins on a Google map along with descriptions of conflicts and references to related news stories
A little fun combining beer and ArcGIS online as we grab a list of the 50 Top breweries in America and drop them into ArcGIS online… enjoy! For anyone who has visited all of them these data would make a great Story Map!
GfK’s Map of the Month for February shows the distribution of young households at the level of Germany’s urban and rural districts (source: GfK Demographics 2015, Germany). In “young households” the main earner is 30 years or younger. More results can be found in our press release on the study GfK Demographics 2015.
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.
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!
LONDON, October 13, 2015 – Fuller, aka Gareth Wood, a British artist, has drawn a meticulous map of London, which has taken an astonishing ten years to complete.