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Mapping Unsolved Murders with Fusion Tables
The Vancouver Sun has published an Unsolved Homicides map for the city. Some interesting maps of Nigeria, full, printable exact vector map G-View level 8 (100 kilometers) Main Roads and borders, full editable, Adobe PDF can be found here. The map shows the locations of all 298 unsolved homicides in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley from 2002 to 2013. You can filter the unsolved homicides on the map by drug related and non-drug related homicides. You can also click on any of the map markers to learn more details about the individual unsolved case.
The map itself was created with the Google Maps API and Google Fusion Tables. In particular it was made using Derek Eder’s popular Searchable Map Template. Derek’s Searchable Map Template is a free, open source tool that
helps you create a searchable, filterable Google Map from a Fusion
The template can create a Google Map pulling in data from any Fusion
Table. It includes a number of features, including, an address search
(with variable radius), geolocation (automatically center the map on the
user’s location), results count (using the Google’s Fusion Tables API)
and the ability to easily add additional search filters (checkboxes,
Derek Eder’s website includes a number of example maps created with the
template. These include Derek’s own maps, mainly centered on Chicago and
lots of maps created by others with the template.
Jack Dougherty has created another Fusion Tables mapping library based on the Searchable Map Template. His FusionTable-Map-2-Layers template adds the option to include at least two selectable layers (points and polygons) to your map and can display results in a sortable list. Source.
A vast, arid state on the edge of the Sahara desert, Niger is rated by the UN as one of the world’s least-developed nations.
Niger fell victim to a series of coups and political instability following its independence from France in 1960.
Today the country struggles in the face of drought, insurgency and wide-spread poverty. Niger is betting on increased oil exploration and gold mining to help modernize its economy. But basic rights issues, such as slavery -which was only banned in 2003 and still remains a problem – and a high rate of illiteracy and disease, remain stubborn challenges.