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Mapping Coursera with Google

Yazan: cnast | 13 June 2013 | No Comments
Categories: Maps

Coursera’s up to 81 institutions now — want to see who joined when? View a full-sized map here. I gathered the data by combining a bunch of new articles posted on Coursera’s website. The map is my submission for the Google Maps portion of the course “Mapping with Google.”  According to the articles available, Coursera has announced […]

Mapping with the kid

Yazan: Candace | 26 February 2011 | 1 Comment
Categories: code, Family, Fusion Tables, Google, Life, Maps, Tools, Uncategorized

On Friday nights while my middle kid practices with his soccer team, my youngest and I go to the nearby coffee shop and work on code. He’s 10 years old. Our first project was a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure program in Python, then we moved to a random generator (again in Python), and last night he mapped some […]

City of Windsor’s Open Data: Map of Libraries, Arenas, Community Centres & Heritage Sites

Yazan: Candace | 20 February 2011 | 1 Comment
Categories: Activism, code, Google, Maps, OpenData, Technology, Uncategorized

This map uses open data from the City of Windsor Open Data Catalogue. If you’re interested in the process used to make this map I’ve included step-by-steps at the bottom of the page. Drag and zoom to explore. Key to icons: Large red = Community Centres Large purple = Libraries Large blue = Arenas Small […]

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