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.
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.
For my 2010s Decade in Travel post, I manually created a heatmap showing the parts of the United States and world where I’d spent the most time traveling. Since I’ve been playing around with QGIS recently, I went ahead and used it to create a proper heatmap of my travels.
Map of U.S. airports with or without a gate 13.
Paul’s maps, charts, and other travel statistics for the entire decade of the 2010s.
Paul’s travel statistics for 2019.
How to use Ruby to create GPX and KML map data files.
Using math to figure out which of my layovers were the most out of the way relative to the net distance traveled.