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Mapping global music preferences: How I built it

By: Matt Daniels Matt is a journalist and among the founding team at The Pudding, which explains ideas debated in culture with visual essays. He is a fan of media analysis with wide-spread coverage of his projects on music and film. Last month I released this project on the cultural preferences for […]

Liberty Mutual Total Home Score

Visualizing data for homebuyers in 3D By: Angelina Calderon Liberty Mutual’s innovation team, Solaria Labs, recently launched Total Home Score to help homebuyers evaluate the ‘hidden’ livability factors associated with a home or apartment before they move in. The product currently offers a Road Score, which measures the prevalence of aggressive and […]

Add LIDAR to Mapbox

By: Allan Walker Here is a quick step-by-step approach to working with LIDAR data in Mapbox, bringing high resolution detail to your maps. LIDAR data is often collected by air, like this NOAA data collected by a survey aircraft over Bixby Bridge in Big Sur, California (image right). Here, LIDAR data […]

New maps for REI’s Adventure Projects

Faster performance, more interactivity, and custom data styling By: Joe Gomez Adventure Projects, which encompasses the outdoor activity guides for Mountain project, MTB project, Hiking project, Trail Run project, and Powder project, just redesigned their web maps using our tools, and they‘re impressive. Adventure Projects began in 2005 as a grassroots effort […]

The Net Neutrality map: How I built it

By: ; MSF Search and Rescue map: How I built it; and How I mapped the leaked changes to national monuments. Explore the tutorials on our help page to learn more about how our tools fit together. Case Miller The Net Neutrality map: How I built it was originally published […]