Mapping data from Indonesia’s disaster information portal

Maps are great for decision-making (ex. where’s the nearest restaurant, how to get from point A to B)… they’re even better when you know how use them to help analyze data and information (thank you geography degree). A lot of data visualization automation software exists now that can produce charts, graphs and even maps to … Continue reading Mapping data from Indonesia’s disaster information portal

Jumpin’ Jakarta

After a quick 20 hour flight, I arrived in Jakarta, Indonesia. One of the first things I thought while waiting in line at immigration was that I’m in one of the most populated countries in the world (over 200 million) . At most airport immigration points I’ve been to, there’s usually a longer line of … Continue reading Jumpin’ Jakarta