OpenStreetMap US

Last year, Amazon Location Service brought on Stamen Design as a partner to help develop and launch new map styles as part of their Open Data Maps collection. Together they produced four map styles: a set of reference maps suitable for point overlays, and a set of more muted map styles appropriate for visualizing more complex data, all paired with a global set of vector tiles built from OpenStreetMap data. In this talk, veteran cartographers present on what makes these maps unique, and best practices for choosing styles and making maps based on data from OSM.

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Mapping Prejudice is a research group at the University of Minnesota showing the history of housing discrimination in Minnesota and Minneapolis in particular.