Earlier, I created some colored streetmaps for Dutch Cities. Here’s the Belgian edition! I created all the maps with the Osmnx package for Python, created by Geoff Boeing, who was also very nice in helping me on stackoverflow when I got stuck on a strange error message (which was caused by me getting environments mixed up) Let’s start with Antwerpen: Next up is Brussels, but … Continue reading Coloring cities based on streetnames – Belgium edition
Recently I saw this tweet from @puntofisso where he coloured the roads of urban areas mainly in England, based on their names. He got his inspiration from this article from @Erdavis and @cedscherer. I used and adapted his code that uses Osmnx for Python to create maps of Dutch cities, colored by their streetnames. Here’s Amsterdam: The Canals are clearly visible, and besides that … Continue reading Coloring cities based on streetnames
I think the age distribution of the neighbourhood I live in in Amsterdam has changed quite a bit in the recent years. There are more and more kids coming in, ‘replacing’ older people. To see if I could find the facts about this, I went to the Open Data Portal of the city of Amsterdam.. There, you can find the ‘Basisbestand Gebieden Amsterdam (BBGA)‘. I … Continue reading Are your neighbours young or old?
Scatterplot with all the benches in the Vondelpark that are up for adoption Continue reading Adopting a bench in the Vondelpark