Locals and Tourists #7 (GTWA #8): Washington, DC

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Blue pictures are by locals. Red pictures are by tourists. Yellow pictures might be by either.

Base map © OpenStreetMap, CC-BY-SA

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  1. ep_jhu 47 months ago | reply

    The location in people's profiles, perhaps? If so, were people in NoVA/DC counted as "locals"?

    I love visualizations like this. This is pretty kickass - only wish there was more info about the methodology. And what do the lines mean? Photos by the same photographer?

  2. Eric Fischer 47 months ago | reply

    It is purely data from the pictures, not from the profiles. The explanation is in the set description, but a local for these purposes is anyone who took pictures within this city over the course of more than a month.

    The lines are where the same person took two pictures near each other within 10 minutes of each other.

  3. brents pix 47 months ago | reply

    This is friggin genius! Ack..loss for words. haha

  4. imgoph 47 months ago | reply

    could you include prince george's county and points east of the city as much as you've skewed this to the west? this doesn't even include all of the district...

  5. outtacontext 47 months ago | reply

    Yes, I'd also love to see a map of the northern environs of the metro area.

  6. UrsulaAntares 47 months ago | reply

    These are great. They really make the analogy to arteries and hearts of cities graphic. The zoo looks like a gland here. I'm going to take these maps with me when I travel to these cities from now on.

  7. UrsulaAntares 47 months ago | reply

    Some of the notes are a bit off... that's not Adams Morgan.

  8. hot_tea 47 months ago | reply

    These are so cool. We posted to npr's Morning Edition facebook page: www.facebook.com/nprmorningedition ( I work at Morning Edition )

  9. Robert Q Benedict 47 months ago | reply

    Hey Eric,

    Is there any way I can get a print, or vector file, to make this into personal artwork for my home?

    Thanks,

    Robert

  10. griffjon 47 months ago | reply

    Wait, downtown silver springs? Isn't photography illegal there? www.nowpublic.com/photography_banned_downtown_silver_spri...

  11. MarcVA 47 months ago | reply

    Really a great concept and a very creative application of GIS If you just moved here, now you know where NOT to go during the tourist season!

  12. k-e-l-i 45 months ago | reply

    Would be neat to see the DC/Annapolis/Baltimore triangle.

  13. Brierley... 42 months ago | reply

    I love seeing the world like this. More more more!!!!! Your maps are facinating.

  14. sarat73 41 months ago | reply

    Eric,
    I have to second Robert's comment. Is there anyway I can get a print? This is way cool. Maybe not just of this one but a few of them.

  15. millsmj 41 months ago | reply

    Well I'm not gonna plug JDland but you missed JD land

  16. hmf284 41 months ago | reply

    This & your earlier racial divide map, in particular, are fascinating.

  17. thisisbossi 37 months ago | reply

    You can specifically spot both the 9:30 Club and the Source Theater... I can't help but wonder if a large portion of those are mine!

  18. touristguy87 28 months ago | reply

    LOL one has to hope that a sufficient # of photos have been uploaded east of the city to make that worthwhile ;)

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