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Ever since I learned how to make heatmaps, I’ve wanted to track everywhere I go within a city I’m visiting on a given trip. I did so this weekend for a Cincinnati staycation.
The geocaching game Ingress has been a great way to explore new cities when traveling, and it gave me the opportunity to create some maps as well.
Dayton doesn’t serve any airport west of the Rockies. So although LAX is one of the busiest airports in the world, and a hub for many airlines, I haven’t flown through it very often.
I mostly use DCA as a layover to get to New Hampshire, but it does have one of the most scenic landings in the US.
Playing around with county parcel data to create maps of questionable usefulness.
A map showing the progression of ZIP Codes throughout the contiguous United States.
I’ve only visited the Toledo, Ohio airport on a single trip.
This tutorial will teach you how to use QGIS to generate a map image from GPX track data.
FlightHistorian can now generate GPX and KML map data files for every map it shows.