Could not think of a better collaboration than Dead & Co/Hipcamp–we love to see it! Use the map to find great Hipcamp sites in proximity to the tour!
Vivek used Felt to analyze the impact of Congress' decision to increase their vote share across 152 constituencies. The result are a series of maps that help understand who gained, and who lost.
Joe Morrison, VP of Commercial Experience at Umbra, has been monitoring illegal gold mining in the Amazon with satellite imagery. From these images, it's clear that mining has not slowed down between February and May.
By turning off the basemap and turning the canvas background to black, designer Evan O'Neil was able to create a fully collaborative Tears of the Kingdom web map!
Cycling advocate Will Petty took to Felt to visualize air pollution data in his neighborhood of Hackney, London.
Felt makes data look really great–but sometimes you just need a sketchpad to track spatial things that matter to you. Jahiah Czebotar is using Felt to track parking policy violations in his district.
Chris Amico and the MuckRock Foundation team put together this wildfire map that is accompanying KQED article about the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s response to wildfire smoke across the West.
Data analyst William Fedder took Maryland Department of Transportation walkshed analysis and brought it into Felt to easily display and understand each MTA & MARC station's walkability.
Data journalist Achim Tack added all of Hamburg's buildings to Felt and categorized them by construction year. We love seeing big datasets like this — zoom out to see how Tippecanoe displays big datasets from a distance.
Angelica Rodriguez-Arriaga used Felt new Grouping feature to map potential venues for the future meetings of the Groundwater Resources Association of California.