Chicago’s Divvy Bike Share System Ridership Grows as Stations Added – eNews Park Forest

Chicago’s Divvy Bike Share System Ridership Grows as Stations Added
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percentage of available bikes in use, beating the popular systems of Rio de Janeiro, Taipei and New York City, according to researchers at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), an interdisciplinary research group at University College

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Chicago’s Divvy Bike Share System Ridership Grows as Stations Added – eNews Park Forest

Chicago’s Divvy Bike Share System Ridership Grows as Stations Added
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percentage of available bikes in use, beating the popular systems of Rio de Janeiro, Taipei and New York City, according to researchers at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), an interdisciplinary research group at University College

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BBC Local Live: Updates from London on Tuesday 16 July – BBC News

BBC Local Live: Updates from London on Tuesday 16 July
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Hannah Fry, from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, explains why estimating the size of a crowd is a difficult business. Sport 0913: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a 

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Protest after three cyclists killed in three weeks – BBC News

Protest after three cyclists killed in three weeks
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Hannah Fry, from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, explains why estimating the size of a crowd is a difficult business. Sport 0913: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a 

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Two stabbed at London’s Wireless music festival – BBC News

Two stabbed at London’s Wireless music festival
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Hannah Fry, from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, explains why estimating the size of a crowd is a difficult business. Sport 0913: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a 

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Heston fire: Woman died from head and chest injuries – BBC News


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Heston fire: Woman died from head and chest injuries
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Hannah Fry, from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, explains why estimating the size of a crowd is a difficult business. Sport 0913: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a 

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Selfridges robbery: Men admit smash-and-grab watch raid – BBC News

Selfridges robbery: Men admit smash-and-grab watch raid
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Hannah Fry, from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, explains why estimating the size of a crowd is a difficult business. Sport 0913: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a 

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Escaped prisoner David Curwin jailed for London bank raids – BBC News

Escaped prisoner David Curwin jailed for London bank raids
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Hannah Fry, from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, explains why estimating the size of a crowd is a difficult business. Sport 0913: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a 

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Lorry driver arrested after cyclist dies in London crash – BBC News


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Lorry driver arrested after cyclist dies in London crash
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Hannah Fry, from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, explains why estimating the size of a crowd is a difficult business. Sport 0913: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a 

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Residents evacuated from Bow flats amid high-rise blaze – BBC News

Residents evacuated from Bow flats amid high-rise blaze
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Hannah Fry, from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, explains why estimating the size of a crowd is a difficult business. Sport 0913: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a 

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Young woman sexually assaulted while sunbathing in park – BBC News

Young woman sexually assaulted while sunbathing in park
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Hannah Fry, from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, explains why estimating the size of a crowd is a difficult business. Sport 0913: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a 

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The Most Sophisticated Flickr Maps We’ve Ever Seen – The Atlantic Cities

The Most Sophisticated Flickr Maps We’ve Ever Seen
The Atlantic Cities
Luminous Cities, a creation of the London-based mapping and digital arts firm TraceMedia, built with support from the Centre for Spatial Analysis & Policy at the University of Leeds and the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College

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Queen’s Hospital in Romford’s failings criticised again – BBC News

Queen’s Hospital in Romford’s failings criticised again
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Hannah Fry, from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, explains why estimating the size of a crowd is a difficult business. Sport 0913: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney would be a 

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Marauder’s Map fast becoming reality – Independent Online


Independent Online

Marauder’s Map fast becoming reality
Independent Online
But the growing popularity of mapping runs deeper than technological advancement, says Andrew Hudson-Smith, director and reader in digital urban systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London. “It’s a cultural movement 

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It’s the ‘ Bicycle Spring ‘ – Christian Science Monitor (blog)


Christian Science Monitor (blog)

It’s the ‘ Bicycle Spring ‘
Christian Science Monitor (blog)
The Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London has a fascinating interactive map showing bike sharing worldwide (click here — and a comprehensive map can be found here). While the sheer numbers of urban rental bikes are still

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Are Mapbox and OpenStreetMap’s personalised maps the future of cartography? – The Independent

Are Mapbox and OpenStreetMap’s personalised maps the future of cartography?
The Independent
But the growing popularity of mapping runs deeper than technological advancement, says Andrew Hudson-Smith, director and reader in digital urban systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London. “It’s a cultural movement 

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Are personalised maps the future of cartography? – The Independent

Are personalised maps the future of cartography?
The Independent
But the growing popularity of mapping runs deeper than technological advancement, says Andrew Hudson-Smith, director and reader in digital urban systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London. “It’s a cultural movement 

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Cities work sort of like stars, one theory says – NBCNews.com

Cities work sort of like stars, one theory says
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richer, both economically and creatively, as they get bigger, with a simultaneous boost in crime rates, congestion, cost of living and other negatives, said Michael Batty, an urban planner at University College London’s Centre for Advanced Spatial

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Cities work sort of like stars, one theory says – NBCNews.com

Cities work sort of like stars, one theory says
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richer, both economically and creatively, as they get bigger, with a simultaneous boost in crime rates, congestion, cost of living and other negatives, said Michael Batty, an urban planner at University College London’s Centre for Advanced Spatial

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Peep This Awesome Real-Time Map Of The World’s Bike Shares – Gizmodo Australia

Peep This Awesome Real-Time Map Of The World’s Bike Shares
Gizmodo Australia
According to The Atlantic Cities, the map was built by one Oliver O’Brien, a software developer at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, in London. It updates every two to 10 minutes, pulling data from over 200,000 bike docking stations in cities
A Real-Time Bike-Share Map for the Entire WorldThe Atlantic Cities

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Peep This Awesome Real-Time Map Of The World’s Bike Shares – Gizmodo Australia

Peep This Awesome Real-Time Map Of The World’s Bike Shares
Gizmodo Australia
According to The Atlantic Cities, the map was built by one Oliver O’Brien, a software developer at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, in London. It updates every two to 10 minutes, pulling data from over 200,000 bike docking stations in cities

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Peep This Awesome Real-Time Map of the World’s Bike Shares – Gizmodo India

Peep This Awesome Real-Time Map of the World’s Bike Shares
Gizmodo India
According to The Atlantic Cities, the map was built by one Oliver O’Brien, a software developer at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, in London. It updates every two to ten minutes, pulling data from over 200,000 bike docking stations in cities
A Real-Time Bike-Share Map for the Entire WorldThe Atlantic Cities

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Peep This Awesome Real-Time Map of the World’s Bike Shares – Gizmodo

Peep This Awesome Real-Time Map of the World’s Bike Shares
Gizmodo
According to The Atlantic Cities, the map was built by one Oliver O’Brien, a software developer at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, in London. It updates every two to ten minutes, pulling data from over 200,000 bike docking stations in cities

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A Real-Time Bike-Share Map for the Entire World – The Atlantic Cities

A Real-Time Bike-Share Map for the Entire World
The Atlantic Cities
Oliver O’Brien, a researcher with the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at the University College London, has built a map that does this same thing, simultaneously, for bike-shares all over the world. These 85 systems, with more to come, are among

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The World’s Largest Bike-Share Programs – International Business Times


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The World’s Largest Bike-Share Programs
International Business Times
The figures in the slideshow above only represent active bikes in service in each bike-share program and come from Oliver O’Brien, a researcher and software developer at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, an interdisciplinary research group at 

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Things To Do In London Today: Wednesday 10 April 2013 – Londonist

Things To Do In London Today: Wednesday 10 April 2013
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DATA MAPPING: James Cheshire of UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (basically, the academic unit that pumps out all those clever data maps of London) speaks at St Bride Foundation about his work mapping tweets, bikes, surnames and more.

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Burdett and Penn to help make London smart – Building Design


Building Design

Burdett and Penn to help make London smart
Building Design
Ricky Burdett,director of LSE Cities, Alan Penn, professor of architecture and urban computing at the Bartlett and Andy Hudson-Smith, director of the centre for advanced spatial analysis at the Bartlett will sit on the mayor’s new Smart London board

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Twitter Languages Mapped for New York – The Epoch Times


The Epoch Times

Twitter Languages Mapped for New York
The Epoch Times
linguistically diverse tweets whilst specific languages shine through in places such as Brighton Beach (Russian), the Bronx (Spanish) and towards Newark (Portuguese),” writes James Cheshire, a lecturer at the UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis.

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A map of New York according to the language of tweets – IntoMobile

A map of New York according to the language of tweets
IntoMobile
James Cheshire, Ed Manley, and Oliver O’Brien of the University College London’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) thave eamed up with John Barratt of Trendsmap to create a map of New York that shows the languages of the tweets that are

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Computer Model Can Predict Riots – Laboratory Equipment


Laboratory Equipment

Computer Model Can Predict Riots
Laboratory Equipment
form of a traditional retail model – people tend to prefer shopping locally, but are prepared to travel further for a larger or more attractive retail center, and the same appears to be true of rioters,” says Hannah Fry (UCL Centre for Advanced

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