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Data for Journey Planning

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I have a 17 mile commute to work that passes through a minimum of 4 local authority areas.¬†Wolverhampton, Walsall, Sandwell and Birmingham. In the last few¬†months junction 9 of the M6 has been closed so I have been travelling to work along alternative routes and it’s really come to my attention just how many road […]

Creating maps from spreadsheets using Google Fusion Tables (Part 2)

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Gateway Family Services are a community Interest Company in Birmingham that work with people that need help from communities across Birmingham, Communities that fall in areas of deprivation. However as well as providing support to people in need in these areas they also actively employ staff and volunteers from them too. But how can they […]

Mapping people from Areas of Deprivation using Google Fusion tables

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Gateway Family Services are a community Interest Company in Birmingham that work with people that need help from communities across Birmingham, Communities that fall in areas of deprivation. However as well as providing support to people in need in these areas they also actively employ staff and volunteers from them too. But how can they […]