Here is a gift image for showing the growing population in Angela Merkel (Germany) since 2005.
This image was created by Die Welt , who has compiled constituency maps show second vote results from 2005, 2009, and 2013 respectively, and then the maps are converted into the gift image for illustrating the changes.
According to the post in the New York Times last week, Deborah Blum claimed that arsenic seeps into groundwater could be poisoning to those who drink it.
Now, researchers are taking more attention to drinking water, from Southwestern states (e.g. Nevada) to upper Midwest and New England. Water in parts of the Central Valley of California has been be found to be tainted with arsenic as well. Here is a U.S. map, which bases on the U.S. Geological Survey, displays where there is arsenic in the drinking water. Check it out and get more idea about the water you are drinking and using now.
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy has ranked the most energy efficient cities, which based on local government policies, community-wide projects, overall volume of green buildings, utility participation, and transportation efficiency, and created a map for it.
According to the report, Boston ranks first in the result, and see if you are agree with it or not.
Normally, we are used to create heat map for displaying data analysis result, however, adding markers with various pins and map legend can also present the report in a simple way that we can refer to the above US map as an example. Labels can be inserted into the pins to annotate the markers by replacing mouseover tooltips, so you can easily print out the statics image map for presentation use.
Los Angeles city is taking steps to make 53 dangerous intersections safer for pedestrians and cyclists. Here is an interactive map shows locations of those dangerous and considers dangerous interactions
You can search dangerous intersections around you using the search box, and the category legend for filtering if needed. Mouse click the pins on the map can see the comment from others and the provided image for additional information. This map is still developing that you can contribute by submitting your an intersection.
The 2013 ArtPrize showcases works of more than 1800 artists from around Michigan, the Great Lakes and the world. Here we find a clustering map that pinpoints locations of all the artists. You can zoom in to view the pins for the details or select a marker in the marker list below the map.
Clustering is very common when there are large amount of markers have been pinned on the map. It groups markers on the map based on some factors, such as proximity or by the map data, and here we can a sample map for giving detailed idea:
Autumn is coming and it is time and it is time to view the fall foliage. Here is an interactive heat map for estimate the peak foliage throughout New England, United States, this year.
Click the play button in the time line to see the estimate peak foliage heat map from September to November. Various colors refers to different status that you can refer to map legend for details. Mouse click the region to get additional information in the official website.
Do you wanna know which US states have the most homicides in which guns were used? Here is an interactive heat map that displays which state has the most murders that cause by firearms in 2012. Click on the regions to see the bar chart and details.
Here we find an interactive map, which should be very useful for pedestrians and cyclists in Dubbo City (Australia) for them to avoid magpies in this magpie breeding season, which is the peak now for attacks.
Dubbo City Council recommended residents stay clear of known bird nest areas and wear a hat and sunglasses as precautions if going near the spots. Check out the created interactive map below to take appropriate measures for protecting and saving yourselves from being injured.