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    Bay area shortest path tree, rooted at Embarcadero Station. Only BART and Caltrain are taken into account. Red is transit. Black is walking.

    Just_Tom, ericrodenbeck, mtchl, and 69 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Just_Tom 69 months ago | reply

      This is stunning...

      If you're still using Processing for this, and you feel like making a PDF, I'd definitely buy a hi-res poster of it!

      Also, if you're hacking around with this stuff and feel like rendering betweeness centrality in a similar way, it can look really awesome. Space Syntax people call it "integration" I think, and it ends up looking like this: www.spacesyntax.com/Files/MediaFiles/M25map500.jpg

    2. the jof 69 months ago | reply

      I would second Tom's idea.

      This is really beautiful and I'd love to have this to hang somewhere.

    3. Rubin 110 69 months ago | reply

      Reminds me of lungs.

      How about tossing in MUNI Metro?

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    4. watz 69 months ago | reply

      Very nice.

    5. Simon Strandgaard 69 months ago | reply

      Looks organic. And yes like Rubin says, it looks like lungs! Creepy and really cool. Nice

    6. Plug 1 [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

      agreed. i would also purchase one of these. great work!

    7. trialsanderrors 66 months ago | reply

      interesting. so there is no discernible traffic on the richmond line after el cerrito del norte?

    8. _nickd 48 months ago | reply

      most of the paths originate from curious spots - by this data, they should close the montgomery street bart station.

    9. trialsanderrors 48 months ago | reply

      i don't think montgomery has the fewest passengers, only the smallest basin of attraction.

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