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


International Business Times
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


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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


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Twitter Languages Mapped for New York
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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
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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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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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City layout key to predicting riots – EurekAlert (press release)

City layout key to predicting riots
EurekAlert (press release)
of a traditional retail model – people tend to prefer shopping locally, but are prepared to travel further for a larger or more attractive retail centre, and the same appears to be true of rioters,” said Dr Hannah Fry (UCL Centre for Advanced

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История метро началась с лондонской подземки – BFM.Ru


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История метро началась с лондонской подземки
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Кроме того, это ценный аналитический инструмент. Так, Центр пространственного анализа University College London (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, CASA) «читает» структуру города по пропускной нагрузке терминалов для транспортных

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