• Football Wind Maps

    I’ve had this project in mind for quite a while because it merges some weather data visualisation that appeals to my inner paraglider pilot, with football stats. Wind maps like these have become quite common, starting with static images and progressing into genuinely useful tools like windy.com.   I wondered if something similar might be […]

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  • A 3D Lake District in R and Rayshader

    If you follow me on Twitter, you’ll have seen that I’ve got quite excited about a new R package called Rayshader. It lets you do similar things to my¬†terrain shading efforts in Google Earth, but with much more control and cooler looking output. In the UK, we’re lucky to have the OS terrain 50 dataset, […]

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