These Data Populated Maps Show Local and Tourist Hot Spots #ArtTuesday
Have to agree with Lifehacker on this one – we were super surprised to see such a small amount of activity in Central Park ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Regardless, we had quite a bit of fun exploring NYC with Eric Fischer’s map:
With the power of MapBox and Twitter data from Gnip, data artist Eric Fischer worked with the Gnip team to create a fully-browsable worldwide map of local allegiances.
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