Category Archives: GIS Analysis

runBenrun – These aren’t Heat Maps

Tweet I’ve gone back into my running data from 2014 and 2015 to build some density maps to compare to what I have run so far in 2016. Building a 10m grid for the region, I did some simple aggregations … Continue reading

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It’s 2016 and I Want to be Better at What I Do

Tweet Welcome to the future, 2016. It’s nice to meet you. 2015 was a great year.   I did a lot of cool stuff, and almost all of it wasn’t geo-related.   Seriously, like 95% of the things I did … Continue reading

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Long = X, Lat = Y – Free Illustration Included

Tweet My biggest geospatial pet peeve is when people confuse the relationship between x/y and lat/long. I believe this is a fundamental concept in geography and I am here to reintroduce you to math you probably learned in elementary school (middle … Continue reading

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