Star Wars Trilogy As Maps by Andrew DeGraff

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See the other maps here: http://gallery1988andrewdegraff.blogspot.de/

via Taxi

Wind Map by HINT.FM

Windmap

see it live at http://hint.fm/wind/

via Gizmondo

Most Popular Infographics | Quipsologies: Vol. 57 | No. 127

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via http://thisisnthappiness.com/

Migrations Map: Where are migrants coming from? Where have migrants left?

Migration

Great example of data visualisation in HTML5.

Found by @ats via @fvbock

Agency Bloodline Infographic / by Vitamin T

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via Jo Wedenigg

Nice overview – just don’t trust the numbers…

Ultimate Map of North American English Dialects / with hundreds of audio and video samples / Geek stuff

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Map of Online Communities v.2 by Randall Munroe

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nice update – remember v.1?

here you go: http://xkcd.com/256/

Mapping Stereotypes by Yanko Tsvetkov (based on various subjective perceptions and ideologies)

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starting my maps series with these great ones.

Humanize tech: Automatic Napkin Sketching of Maps by Bing Destination Map

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we’re getting there!

via infosthetics.com: “… Bing Destination Maps [bing.com] seems quite interesting as a new way of rendering geographical maps in a more visually simplified, understandable and accessible way. In other words, imagine one can now create a sort of information-optimized summary maps, similar to those you would quickly draw yourself on the back of napkin. …”

Tunnel vision: a history of the London tube map | guardian.co.uk

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“A production version of Beck’s pocket Underground map, No 1 (1936)”

Thanks Lydia!

Map of Popular Super Bowl Words Used on Twitter – Interactive Graphic – NYTimes.com

    data visualization & metanews    
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