UMBC now has a subscription to PolicyMap, a GIS tool that allows users to create maps, tables, and reports from a variety of datasets ranging from demographics, income, health, education, more. Maps can be created as single sheets or with multiple layers from the zip code / block level to worldwide.
Users can create individual accounts to save, share, and print work. A suite of tutorials is available to help both new and experienced users work with the tool effectively.
This is a lot of fun, and not related to anything: The Siege of Gondor, Part I: Professionals Talk Logistics
- More Plotly
- Send Antonio scripts
- Good progress on plotly:
- Plotly Python Open Source Graphing Library Fundamentals (chart examples)
- Dash Tutorial
- Open Source Component Libraries
- Working on Attention
- Downloaded some seaturtle data from here: seamap.env.duke.edu
- Changed over to storks, because I can’t find any example of a female seaturtle choosing a new beach
- 2:00 Meeting with Michelle