Category Archives: GIS

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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GISDoctor.com 2016 Year in Review!

Tweet It’s 2017, so let’s talk about 2016. Back in January of 2016 I wrote a blog post about my goals for the up coming year. I had a few goals I wanted to accomplish during the past 12 months. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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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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