On Sun, Oct 10, 2004 at 06:19:46PM +0100, Earle Martin wrote:
Stations are red, other nodes are blue. It's crude, but you can pick out
several different Tube lines and see where the big clusters of nodes are.
i think this is definitely very cool, and that around the edges you can see how peoples
perception of london is oriented to tube islands, pretty clearly, blue nodes cluster
within walking distance of red dots.
i'd love to do a rewrite or mapping specialisation of SVG::Plot, which is really
starting to show its age and our relative inexperience a bit. I'm hopefully doing some
work on the consume.net
nodedb and would love to dual-purpose for openguides and other
community mapped data resources, too.
as muttered on irc i think it'd be fairly easy to do zoom invariance on the nodes so
they don't become big bubbles as you zoom in, and that could be an easy start. also
earle suggested overlaying an OG node map on this: http://space.frot.org/rdf/tubemap.svg
but that's not SVG::Plot compatible.
perhaps a little geo BOF at the putative OG hacksesh soon?