Heavily inspired by the New York Times’ incredible A Map of Every Building in America, we have created Every Building in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA).
We selected, grouped and mapped the City of Toronto street trees that produce delicious (or at least edible) fruit. The species identified accounted for 22,124 trees or 3.8% of the more than half a million trees on public streets.
Entering its 18th year, the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon is one of the most important in North America. We thought it would be interesting to look at the growth of the marathon using the historical marathon results.
A simple tool to help plan meet ups in Trinity Bellwoods Park
I was always curious, when looking up at the TTC's subway map, what it actually looked like. I ended up recreating it to scale one day and was surprised by the response. Since the TTC is updating the map, I thought I would take another look at it, but with some analysis this time. Using Bernhard Jenny's MapAnalyst I was able to create a deformation grid over top of the subway map.
A brief look at stable neighbourhoods in the City of Toronto
Using the 2011 dissemination block boundaries we summed the 2016 dwelling counts to show change from the last census to the most recent one. Showing this change at the block level gives a very detailed perspective on where new housing is being built in the City of Toronto and surrounding areas.
30m digital elevation of model visualized using the three.js plugin for QGIS.
Orthoimagery of Toronto between 2011 and 2016
Using Mapbox GL to create an interactive visualization of percent change.
Mapping population change from 2011 to 2016 in the Greater Golden Horseshoe using the 2016 Census
Mapping greenspace within an approximate 5 minute walk (500m) of subway stops in Toronto.
One metre contour intervals for the City of Toronto. This data set show the topography of the city in great detail. Click here to see the map and purchase a print.