10 Rules for Coding With D3

Originally posted on: northlandia.wordpress.com By: Carl Sack Anyone familiar with JavaScript who has tried their hand at D3 knows that…

Women in Tech Infographic
preview of women in tech

I’ve been working as of late on an infographic of women in tech for part of my independent study with…

Instructions for Drawing a Shaded Relief
Handmade Shaded Relief Map

Since I recently did a project in which I drew my own shaded relief of the United States, I thought…

Photoshop Lesson
Tutorial on how to use Photoshop for Coloring Book Effects

By Dylan Moriarty, eatincake@gmail.com Howdy folks, After doing a quick 15 minute demonstration on how I go about coloring illustrations…

Cartography Lab – B-Cycle Partnership
Using GPS data to understand where users are going with B-Cycle

By Andrew Wentworth, wentworth2@wisc.edu Background  B-Cycle is a bike-sharing company formed in 2010 as a partnership between Trek Bicycle Corporation,…

UW Cartography Alumni in New York City
Tanya and Jaime with NYC cartographic alumni

In the New York Times newsroom, left to right: Jaime Stoltenberg Robinson Map Library, Tanya Buckingham UW Cartography Lab, Jeremy…

UW–Madison Cartography Lab and Map Library as Makerspace?
Annual MakerCon for Makerspaces 2014 in Queens, NY

How do we define what a makerspace is? by Tanya Buckingham, tbuckingham@wisc.edu The cartography lab has recently been referred to…

Chocolatography: Developing a unit for secondary geography students
Glossary Worksheet for Theo Chocolate

By Brooke Harding, website Background In January of this year, I began collaborating with cartography lab member Katie Kowalsky to develop…

Magnetic Mendota: publicity summary

Here’s a summary of all web articles and blog posts I’ve seen featuring my 3D, Magnetic map of Lake Mendota:…

Magnetic Mendota: a map for the Wisconsin Hoofers

I recently finished a unique and challenging map design project for the Wisconsin Hoofers, the outdoor clubs at the University…

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