Recently, a fellow student and me developed a web project about the city of Barcelona in Spain where we provide information about interesting geospatial information which we summed up in a report on a website. The website is divided into to 2 parts. The first part shows a report in which we talk about interesting facts about Barcelona, the way we analyzed open data from Sentinel and Landsat program and the technicals we used. On the other web-page you will find a leaflet map with the result. Check it out!
Indoor Web Map
In my internship in Summer 2016 I had the opportunity to work on a server setup for the visualization of Open Street Map indoor data using vector tiles. The map you can see below is focusing on train stations but the service is also available for other buildings where we have data in Open Street Map(worldwide service). It was a great challenge to learn how all the parts of Database, Server and Client work with each other to provide a good user experience. Check it out!
I recently found this really cool project. It is a jQuery Vector Map. It is not like leaflet where we use a raster map in the background and usually put a geojson file in the foreground to visualise a certain topic. Here we just work with the shape of the world... (in this case, other shapes are available). Like always are other things possible but since I have to do something for my studies I just visualized the country's where I have been travelling to. If you want to find out more click here
Interactive Web Map
This was one my first web maps. I visulised an example of the German arms export worldwide. I could see how powerful leaflet.js is or web maps in general work but also where the limitation is.
Real time Overpass query
In this example I played a little bit with the new discovered
turf.js library. On top of that I got familiar with the OSM Overpass query language to get real time OSM data. I used this data as a basis to visualize the areas in my home town which are covered by public transportation. Select the layer in top right or have a look at the code...
Daily journey of the Beuth students in the course GIS Project
This is a work-piece which I created at the university. I collected the data of all the students in the course GIS Project which includes public transportation and the places where they live. After that I visualized what kind of public transportation they use and how far they have to travel every day.