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Transportation Economist by training, currently working as a Data Scientist at Booking.com. Map and geo data enthusiast. Avid hiker. Personal website: hann.io

I’m not sure but I have an idea.

Photo of a Peugeot 108 parked in a parking lot next to a motorway. It has a sticker on it that says Juuve, the name of the rental company.
Photo of a Peugeot 108 parked in a parking lot next to a motorway. It has a sticker on it that says Juuve, the name of the rental company.
The car that I drove for €0.01 per kilometer plus an hourly fee of €1.


Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash



Hungary’s Surgeon General published a map today titled “Affected municipalities and age distribution of infected people”. It is really bad.

Map showing “Affected municipalities and age distribution of infected people”. Source.
  1. Using red and green as colors to show information is bad for accessibility: people with red-green color blindness cannot distinguish these colors.


It is likely that there is, but this seems not to be the case in other, more densely populated localities.

People walking around at Westfield WTC, New York. Photo by Kai Pilger; public domain.

I am really glad not to live in Manhattan — it’s so densely populated that if everyone went outside they could not even stay six feet apart!


Re-creating an 1880s train schedule diagram for one of the busiest tram lines in all of Europe

Trams in front of Nyugati Railway Station, Budapest, 1890s. Photo: Fortepan / Budapest Főváros Levéltára / Klösz György

Replacement buses


Rationale



Slicing a track at an arbitrary set of points


An overpass at the junction of the M1 and M7 motorways in Hungary, 1968. FORTEPAN/UVATERV. Creative Commons CC-BY-SA-3.0

András Hann

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