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Election 2010: Where Were All the Votes?

Using the General Election 2010 results spreadsheet from the Guardian Data Blog, we’ve produced three MapTube maps showing the distribution of votes for the three main parties:    The maps can be viewed on MapTube at the following link: http://www.maptube.org/election/map.aspx?s=DGxUpxGSnLKhUzLIOMHBwKeUwKZUyEDAwcCnksCjlMhBwMHAp5LAoTbd Use the red slider buttons to fade the distributions for the three parties up and down. […]

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NYC Cab Flow Data

NYC Yellow Cabs have GPS fitted to them which have been tracked for the past year or so… anyway, there is an excellent article on this in the New York Times with obligatory map visualization:

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/03/nyregion/03icab.html
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AAG Lifetime Achievement Award – Professor Ron Johnston

Long standing QMRG member Professor Ron Johnston (University of Bristol) has been given a lifetime achievement award from the Association of American Geographers (AAG). Johnston, has been a major influence on the discipline both through his research and writing and his professional engagement. His scholarly productivity has always been exceptional, now standing in aggregate at […]

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2010 Quantitative Methods Undergraduate Dissertation Prize

The QMRG are happy to receive nominations for this year’s best undergraduate dissertation in *any* area of quantitative geography. Topics may include the application of existing techniques or the development of new ones in physical, human or environmental studies. Entries are limited to undergraduate students completing BSc / BA level dissertations in UK higher education […]

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