Category Archives: GIS

Starting the 2017 Hubway Data Challenge

Tweet Time for a New Project  A couple weeks ago, Hubway, Boston’s bike share service, announced their 2017 Data Challenge. For the challenge, Hubway is providing trip data for previous years, station data, as well access to real time data. Those … Continue reading

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Racing Myself – Using Torque in CARTO with runBENrun

Tweet As most runners do, I run a lot of the same routes over, and over again. During a run yesterday, I had the idea that I could pull all my runs on my three mile loop and race them … Continue reading

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The Best Way to Map a Run

Tweet From my runBENrun project I have generated a lot of data; over 1.2 million data points in 2.75 years.  It is easy enough to write SQL scripts to analyze the data and gain insight into the runs, however, trying … Continue reading

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