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Featured image: Planet - A Year Of Edits On OpenStreetMap by Peter Miller on Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0

Tranquility in landscapes

Learn how Dr Flurina Wartmann and her colleagues from the University of Aberdeen mapped tranquil hotspots in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park area using social media data.

Urban cycling

Robin Lovelace explains how and why he created this interactive map-based web tool to help identify promising locations for new cycleways in England

Maya Archaeological sites in Belize and Guatemala

Learn how Leila Donn created a visualisation to predict where caves could be found at several Mayan archaeological sites

Predicting gentrification in London

Learn how Jonathan Reades created a visualisation using data science and machine learning methods to predict demographic change throughout London in 2021.

Great Britain's largest islands

Learn how Paul Naylor and his team at Ordnance Survey created this visualisation showcasing Britain’s largest islands.

Voting patterns in the 2019 general election

Learn how Roger Beecham created a visualisation showing shifting voting patterns in the 2019 general election.

Mapping COVID-19

Andy Murdock describes how Maploom has created a visualisation which displays the evolution of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Voting patterns and deprivation in the UK

Learn how Alasdair Rae created this visualisation showing the link between voting patterns and levels of deprivation in the UK after the 2019 general election.

Air pollution in Europe

Discover how James Cheshire created this map displaying nitrogen dioxide levels across Europe.