Welcome back from Thanksgiving! We wrapped up our Tofurkey Map with 115 views – including one fan from Ireland. There were 41 contributions to this crowd-sourced break destination map. Here are the superlatives: Fanciest dish: wild rice, apple, and sausage stuffing Most encompassing dish: “All of it!” Trendiest dish?: Vegan almond butter gravy (Here’s the […]
This semester has been one of the busiest that the SAL has seen. In total, 11 classes worked with our spatial technology at some point during this semester. We also supported student projects and worked on several of our own projects. Here are some of the highlights: ~Classes~ Lisa Armstrong’s class Gender, Land, and […]
We’re thrilled by how many responses we got to our 2nd annual Tofurky Map. Almost 200 people posted to the map, and over 1,250 people viewed it! We created an animated map showing submissions over the week of Thanksgiving. We used a very cool tool called Torque from CartoDB, […]
The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts sought mapping and analysis support from the Spatial Analysis Lab during the summer of 2010. The project is currently on hold, but you can view some of the initial map products below. Sarah Motti ’10 provided assistance on the project during her summer employment in the SAL. In many […]
The Spatial Analysis Lab provided mapping and spatial analysis to Cooley Dickinson Hospital (Northampton, MA) as part of their 2011 Community Health Assessment report.