GeoFlow Takes Data for a 3-D Drive In November, during the SharePoint Conference 2012, attendees received a Public Preview of project codename “GeoFlow” for Excel, the latest business-intelligence (BI) functionality to be integrated with Microsoft Excel 2013 later this year. As an Excel add-in, GeoFlow provides interactive, 3-D geospatial and temporal data visualizations. It enables information workers to discover and share new insights from data through rich, 3-D data on a globe and fluid, cinematic guided tours—virtual cinematography moving through data.
About my SRD Tools I thought of writing down something about these tools: how I started them, why I started them, and more importantly: what's missing and other people's similar tools. Some years ago, a page named Irony.com used to have all sorts of generators; but then one day it all disappeared. I wanted to have something I could rely on. These tools are online-only and most of them written in PHP.
HF & VUC Fyn Complex / CEBRA Architects: CEBRA Location: Odense, Denmark Project Size: 12.500 m² GFA, 1.100 m2 parking basement Year: 2014 Photographs: Mikkel Frost / CEBRA Engineer: Henry Jensen Contractor: H. Skjøde Knudsen Client: HF & VUC Fyn From the architect. HF & VUC Fyn SweetAlert So... What does it do? Here’s a comparison of a standard error message. The first one uses the built-in alert-function, while the second is using sweetAlert. Two Excellent Web Tools to Create Story Maps in Class July 26, 2014 The two web tools I m sharing with you today are ideal for creating and sharing mapped stories. Students can use them in class to organize, narrate and present information through the means of geography. Both of these tools are easy to use and are also student friendly. Have a look and share with your students. 1- Odyssey Odyssey is a cool web tool that allows you to create mapped stories. Students can use it to create and tell their stories with the help of maps and without even having to register.
Mapping murder throughout the world Comparing murder rates of countries can really highlight the countries with problems - the ones in seriously need attention. A high murder rate gives a "tip off" that something needs to change. The UNODC have collected together all the national data on homicide for 207 countries. Mapping Software - RPG Virtual Tabletop AutoREALM AutoREALM is a Free GNU mapping software (a "cartographer") that can design maps of castles, cities, dungeons and more. AutoREALM is generally used by Role-playing Game practicants who enjoy doing their own maps.
KLAKSVIK / Peaks and Valleys ✪ - LCLA office Shortlisted entry. Over the last 200 years, Klaksvik has grown from five settlements of a mere 100 people to a modern town of 5000 inhabitants. The large and swift population growth was triggered by the growing fishing industry, which led to the development of the areas along the shore for industrial purposes. The central part of town is virtually undeveloped and with a recent landfill in the center area. Klaksvík’s geography is truly remarkable; it held between two mountains and between two bays, and surrounded by a dramatic landscape. The configuration of the city is equally striking--urban development has historically happened along the length of the bay, while the civic and public in- stitutions have concentrated in the Eiðið, an urban corridor which runs from one bay to the other, yet fails to directly connect buildings or people with the water.
Scout - Compass and Sass without all the hassle What is Sass? Sass is an extension of CSS that adds nested rules, variables, mixin functions, and a whole lot more. It eases the burden of organizing and maintaining CSS code, while also compiling your Sass code to properly formatted CSS. What is Compass? Compass is an open-source CSS framework that makes using CSS3 and popular design patterns easier than ever. Compass works exclusively with Sass to help you write cleaner, quicker CSS code. 40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World If you’re a visual learner like myself, then you know maps, charts and infographics can really help bring data and information to life. Maps can make a point resonate with readers and this collection aims to do just that. Hopefully some of these maps will surprise you and you’ll learn something new. A few are important to know, some interpret and display data in a beautiful or creative way, and a few may even make you chuckle or shake your head. If you enjoy this collection of maps, the Sifter highly recommends the r/MapPorn sub reddit.
Twisted Product: Snowball Snowball is named after the well-known Snowball Effect - the most common metaphoric illustration of positive feedback loops. The name came about as a result of looking for a water-based name, one that could thematically tie it back to its direct ancestor The Pool, a game by James V. West. Snowball is, and will always remain, free on the world wide web. Arch2O Students Week 8 - Arch2O.com Arch2O Students’ Week 817th – 31th Oct 2015 Arch2O.com will start publishing your architectural projects online (Graduation or non-graduation projects) – Starting 17th of October 2015. Share with us your project in a DROPBOX folder (NO ZIP or RAR files please).