FlowmapBlue

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Create geographic flow maps representing numbers of movements between locations.

Visualize your own origin-destination data published in Google Sheets.

Explore the data interactively.

What is it for?

FlowmapBlue is used to visualize various real-world phenomena in which pairs of locations are involved:
Urban mobilityCommutersPedestrian movementBus travels Metro ridesTrain ridesAir travelsMarine trafficBicycle sharingScooter sharingCar ride sharing Taxi ridesInternal migrationInternational migrationRefugeesHuman trafficking Drug flows Freight transportation Material flowsTrade Bird migrations Livestock movements Plant migrationUrban infrastructureSewage flowsWaste managementSupply chain EpidemiologyHistorical journeys Scientific collaborations

Who is using it?

MTANSWTflAecomEurocontrolElPasoHorrocks EngineersAltaOpenDataZuerichUddGreaterAuckland

How to make a flow map?

Follow the steps described on this page.

Latest news

Jun 28, 2022

Credits

Developed by Ilya Boyandin using flowmap.gl, deck.gl, mapbox, d3, blueprint, CARTOColors.

With kind support from

Supported by UnfoldedSupported by TeralyticsSupported by MapboxSupported by Deploys by NetlifySupported by Urban Computing FoundationSupported by Linux Foundation

Open Source

FlowmapBlue is part of the geospatial visualization projects family Vis.gl. The source code of the project is available under the MIT license.

If you want to use FlowmapBlue in your own project, please make sure to include proper attribution. Use one of these images and link them to the FlowmapBlue website:

Awards

FlowmapBlue – Kantar Information is Beautiful Award