In partnership with Transition Bath, B&NES council and Resource Futures we’re starting a new project to help local schools become more energy efficient. This update provides some background on Energy Sparks and what we hope to achieve.
In our last post we explored when Strava users are active in Bath. The natural next step in our exploration of the Strava Metro data for Bath is to look at where they are moving through the city.
Continuing our project exploring the Strava Metro data for Bath we decided to begin exploring when cycling activities are taking place at different times of the day, week and year.
We’re doing a small project to explore how data from Strava can help us understand how cyclists move around the city. We’re looking for questions and ideas from the community. In this post we’re providing some background on the project…. Continue Reading →
We love maps at Bath: Hacked. From our historical maps to our visualisations in CartoDB we often find ourselves working with maps to explore new ways to visualise data about the local area. To make this even easier we’ve created a new open… Continue Reading →
It’s been an incredible week for open data projects in Bath and North East Somerset. Three amazing pieces of work shipped and we are so excited that we’ve just had to tell everyone about it.
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