Nicaragua: Free vector map Nicaragua, Adobe Illustrator, download now maps vector clipart
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The Amazing Self-Drawing Maps
This animated self-drawing map of Chicago is as much an artistic statement as it is a map. Take a look at Chicago, Illinois, US, printable exact vector map in Adobe PDF, editable City Plan V3.09, full vector. There’s no explanation attached to this map so I’m having to do a little guess work here. The map is called Divvy Routes and the map that emerges looks like Chicago. My best bet then is that this is a map of Chicago created by drawing routes between bike pick-up and bike drop-off points on the Divvy bike sharing network in Chicago.
If you like self-drawing maps then you should also have a look at Sketch Map. Sketch Map is a clever interactive map which uses D3.js and Walkway.js to sketch a road map one little bit at a time. Having a look under the hood of Divvy Routes it appears that it also uses D3.js to create the animated lines on the bike route map of Chicago.
Zoom in and out on Sketch Map or pan
around and you can observe how the roads and transit lines are sketched
out in real-time. If you want to have a play around with this yourself the code for Sketchcart is available under an MIT license on Github. Source.
Nicaragua is striving to overcome the after-effects of dictatorship, civil war and natural calamities, which have left it one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere.
It is now also struggling with the conflict associated with being on the drug trafficking route to the United States.
Nicaragua has traditionally relied on agricultural exports to sustain its economy but the country’s meagre national wealth benefited mainly a few elite families of Spanish descent, in particular the Somoza family in the mid-20th century. This dynasty ruled the country with US backing between 1937 and the Sandinista revolution in 1979.
The Sandinistas began redistributing property and made huge progress in the spheres of health and education, but an alarmed US launched a sustained campaign of embargoes and armed subversion.
It is now hoping to launch one of the world’s most ambitious infrastructure schemes – a canal project to rival the Panama Canal.