I have been working on creating data-layers and to show them on map .
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Hey @sagarpreet ! I was wondering how i could see a map with icons on it for people's usernames/locations? I can see the map that shows my pin on my profile, but I'm searching for people who have profiles from a specific place. Any ideas on how to do that? Is there a layer like the mapknitter one that shows profiles? Hope all is well :) :)
oh great! That is helpful! Do you remember what qualified someone as a "recent" contributor? Currently, I'm looking for contacts in the European Union for projects (old or new), and thought the map might be a good go-to, but only two people are showing up right now. I wonder if we could get one that shows people who have posted or commented on Public Lab? that way we wouldn't get all profiles, but those we know who have people who have engaged on Public Lab before. What do you think that map would look like?
Hi folks that are on this thread. (Hello!) @warren mentioned this convo and suggested I throw out a thing to get reactions: Mapping environmental lead exposure is an ongoing conversation happening out there; a number of people are doing it, mostly in silos (within their own city or state for example), and all trying to figure out the best variables.