What is this, exactly?
I'd love to get some responses from folks who are just learning. That'd make this whole thing totally awesome!
- Create a map based on one of the prompts below.
- Your map must use Mapbox.js and Turf
- Your map does not have to be pretty. It just has to do the thing it's supposed to do.
- Okay, it doesn't even have to do the thing it's supposed to do. It just has to be something you tried at and worked on. I want to see the ones that don't work just as much as the ones that do.
- In addition to your map, please send the answers to some questions:
- Which prompt did you attempt?
- What turf modules did you use?
- What was helpful about the documentation?
- What was not great about the documentation?
- How can we improve it?
- What other resources did you use for help?
- Maps and answers are due by the end of the day Sunday, February 1 to my email: email@example.com
- Questions are totally welcome at any time, and you can use whatever you want to help you. Just let us know what you used.
- I'll share all of them in a blog post next week.
Your Project Options
- For a city of your choice: how many land parcels are within one mile of a public park? How many land parcels do not have a public park within a mile? For the ones that do, which park is closest?
- For the world: What is the aggregate population of the selected countries? The number should dynamically change as countries are selected.
- For any state: Create a map showing only the counties that have more than 100,000 residents.
- Create a choropleth map of the United States that shows counties classified by population density. Show both quantiles and jenks data classifications.
- For a city of your choice: Create a map to show all of the elementary, middle, and high schools in the city. Allow the user to turn on/off any one group (turn off elementary but show middle and high, etc.)
- Something awesome that uses two or more turf functions.
I can't wait to see what you all come up with.