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Mind the (life expectancy) gap! Interactive tube map reveals the stark inequalities in London depending on your local station. . . which is bad news if you live in East Ham or Bow

Mind the (life expectancy) gap! Interactive tube map reveals the stark inequalities in London depending on your local station. . . which is bad news if you live in East Ham or Bow | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
A new interactive map plots life expectancy and child poverty by different London Underground stations, highlighting the wild differences in outlook between children born only minutes apart on the tube.
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Underground movement

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Jon Reades talks about the use of big data

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Data Hub Shows Weather, News & Transport Info For Major UK Cities

CityDashboard aggregates real-time data for cities around the UK and presents the information on a webpage and map. The project was created by the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London. The dashboard of live feeds displays all sorts of information, including local news, weather, transport, air quality, mood, river levels, and Twitter trends. Small countdown timers show when each feed will be updated.

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See London from a pigeon’s eye view – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London

See London from a pigeon’s eye view – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
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A pigeon's-eye view of the city of London

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CityDashboard presents essential information about your hometown (Wired UK)

CityDashboard presents essential information about your hometown (Wired UK) | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
Getting the "pulse" of a city in real-time is a tricky job, but a team working at the Centre for Applied Spatial Analysis at UCL has come up with a dashboard for visualising key information about the place you live...
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How data could help fix London's transport woes (Wired UK)

How data could help fix London's transport woes (Wired UK) | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
Data could be the solution to London's stretched transport networks and shrinking development budgets, according to Jon Reades, a researcher at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (Casa) at UCL...
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One Per Cent: Flap around London with the Pigeon Simulator

One Per Cent: Flap around London with the Pigeon Simulator | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it

Have you ever looked at a pigeon and wished you could experience life through its beady eyes? Well now you can, thanks to the Pigeon Simulator, created by University College London researcher George Mackerron for a conference on smart cities at the university last week.

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Meticulous map shows every London bus journey

Mapping experts from University College London have visualised every one of the 114,000 bus journeys that take place in London every day.

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Life expectancy by tube station: new interactive map shows inequality in the capital - Telegraph

Life expectancy by tube station: new interactive map shows inequality in the capital - Telegraph | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
A new interactive map plots life expectancy and child poverty by different London Underground stations, highlighting the wild differences in outlook between children born only minutes apart on the tube.
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Data Hub Shows Weather, News & Transport Info For Major UK Cities - PSFK

Data Hub Shows Weather, News & Transport Info For Major UK Cities - PSFK | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
CityDashboard includes a live feed and a map detailing what's happening in eight cities across Britain.
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Will Dean's Ideas Factory: Everything you wanted to know about your city

Will Dean's Ideas Factory: Everything you wanted to know about your city | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
This column previously covered a neat experiment that was using open data for London's air quality to point out automatically areas of iffy air quality on Twitter.
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Urban analysis specialists launch the City Dashboard, a hub for real-time data on major UK cities

Urban analysis specialists launch the City Dashboard, a hub for real-time data on major UK cities | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it

Nice write up of CityDB 

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Crunch commuter data to track changing communities - tech - 16 April 2012 - New Scientist

Crunch commuter data to track changing communities - tech - 16 April 2012 - New Scientist | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
Urban well-being could be boosted thanks to lessons learned from tracking people through a city's underground travel network...
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Mappiness app finds coasts are the most pleasing places (Wired UK)

Mappiness app finds coasts are the most pleasing places (Wired UK) | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
A massive, crowdsourced survey of happiness has shown that a person's mood is strongly associated with the type of terrain around them...
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Model suggests earlier response could have shortened London riots (Wired UK)

Model suggests earlier response could have shortened London riots (Wired UK) | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
A team of spatial interaction researchers at the Centre for Applied Spatial Analysis at UCL has come up with a model of the 2011 London Riots that attempts to answer the question of how they could have been stopped quicker...
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18th Century shipping mapped using 21st Century technology

18th Century shipping mapped using 21st Century technology | Spatial Analysis | Scoop.it
James Cheshire of Spatial Analysis has visualised British, Dutch and Spanish historical shipping records to produce maps of 18th Century shipping trade routes...
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