Maps

This is a collection of maps that I have made over the years on my own time. Contact me directly if you have any questions or if you want higher quality versions of these maps.

Interactive Maps

RAVEN (Risk Analysis of Vehicle and Environment Networks) is an interactive map that I built while working for Washington College. It is used by Law Enforcement, Traffic Safety Officials, and Local Governments in Maryland to visualize patterns of vehicle accidents and alcohol distribution. The map is not public and has not been released under an open source liscence. (Screen shot from the 2016 MHSO Annual Report)

Route 66 is an interactive map of where the subjects of English Wikipedia articles are along the historic US Route 66. (MIT License)

Audited Content locator is an interactive map of where the subjects of Good and Featured articles are on the English, French, Spanish, and German Wikipedias. (MIT License)

Static Maps


Camp Conestoga's new camp map. (PDF)

The path of Utah State Route 28 for Wikipedia. (FAL / CC BY-SA 3.0)

The path of Maryland State Route 41 for Wikipedia. (FAL / CC BY-SA 3.0)

The path of Utah State Route 61 for Wikipedia. (FAL / CC BY-SA 3.0)

The the number of geolocated points in the English Wikipedia database in each county the United States per person. The full series of maps can be found here. (CC BY-SA 3.0)

The the number of geolocated points in the English Wikipedia database in each county of Pennsylvania per person. (CC BY-SA 3.0)