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Investigating the Differences between Google Map and Apple Maps, by Justin O’Beirne
NYU Collaborates with Baruch CUNY to Collect GIS Data
Today, we are excited to announce our latest collection and collaboration between NYU's Spatial Data Repository and Baruch CUNY.
Bytes of the Big Apple Data Added to NYU SDR
In our latest collection update, we have added most of the currently available files from NYC Planning's Bytes of the Big Apple. By adding this data, we've made it easy to add administrative boundaries and public data to NYC-related mapping projects.
Mapping U.S. Storm Events 1950-1989
Visualizing over 10,000 tornado storm events provided by NOAA spanning the years 1950 to 1990. A follow-up to a class in using Python for data extraction and management offered in Data Services.
New Data Acquisitions
NYU Libraries is always trying to build our collection of interesting data that is useful for research. Here's a highlighted list of selected data collections that we've acquired over the past few month
Protecting geo.nyu.edu Traffic with HTTPS
This collects some reflections on challenges associated with web security and the use of HTTPS, taking work on our Spatial Data Repository as an example.