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Andrew Hill will be visiting Stavanger for a short time, and he's graciously offered to give a talk on his work with In his words:

CartoDB is a powerful, flexible, and beautiful solution for making maps and integrating geospatial data on the web. The platform is built on open source technologies and allows user to go from a spreadsheet to a beautiful, fully interactive map published on the web in seconds. It has been built for speed without ever losing sight of aesthetics; CartoDB users create some of the most interesting and beautiful maps on the web.  A fundamental advantage of using CartoDB is that it is built for dynamic data. This means that if you want your maps to change when you update or add new data to your datasets, CartoDB works perfectly.

The purpose of this presentation will be to introduce you to the diversity CartoDB use-cases. We will show you how flexible CartoDB can be by demonstrating basic to advanced techniques for creating beautiful maps quickly. 

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  • Andrew W. H.

    Thanks again everyone for coming! Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions,


    November 20, 2013

  • Hallvard N.

    I love CartoDb!
    Drag and drop some geodata and you got a beautiful map :-)

    Took a address list i had, created a list of postal codes with a number of attached addresses per Norwegian postal code. Got a list of geolocations for postal codes. Merged the two tables in CartoDB and got this map:

    2 · November 19, 2013

  • Austin B.

    Great stuff, Andrew! Sounds like a lot of folks want to take it for a spin now.

    If anybody makes anything with CartoDB, post a link here so we can all see.

    1 · November 19, 2013

  • Bjørn Asle T.

    Would love to be there, but unfortunately time is too tight these days.

    November 18, 2013

  • Priya C.

    I might be late for this as I have another session at work just before this.

    November 18, 2013

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