Map Hacking NYCT Subway Station Conditions, Part I

There’s probably a name for someone who takes the data from someone’s map and creates a whole new map based on it because they thought the first map didn’t do the data justice. I’m sure the name is not pleasant and I’m also sure it applies to me. After hearing about the Citizens Budget Commission interactive map […]

A Quick Template for Integrating CartoDB into an Interactive Web Project

Yesterday, I got the chance to join the folks from CartoDB for their CartoCamp Edu, bringing together educators and web-mapping practitioners, including Chris Whong, to discuss how to use CartoDB in the classroom. As an educator who teaches CartoDB to mostly working professionals in the Certificate Program in GIS and Design at Pratt Institute, I’m always interested in new ways […]