I was recently tasked with analyzing “metrics” related to a new dataset covering India from a new data provider. The dataset
For fun, I built a resume map, or “resumap” using MapboxGL JS.
Since August 2016, I’ve been leading MissingMaps at Vulcan. We gather over lunch hour to add vulnerable people and places to the map. We trace buildings and roads into OpenStreetMap, we eat pizza, and we get to spend time together. We’ve had 35 different participants in the mapathons. Here is a “leaderboard” showing how much each Vulcan mapper has mapped.
Last June, I attended the Society for Conservation GIS Conference at Asilomar, California. This conference gathers many GIS professionals working in nonprofits, private sector, and also sponsors a cohort of international scholars. This was the first time that someone Vulcan attended SCGIS, and my colleague Paul made also made a presentation on using machine-learning to identify elephants from drone
Recently I made a few base maps of various-sized buffers around ad hoc points. This type of request is quite common from my colleagues - draw a circle around a given point to understand relationships of distance.