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Exploring Geospatial Data with kepler.gl

Co-authors: Gabriel Durkin, Sina Kashuk

kepler.gl is an advanced geospatial visualization tool open sourced by Uber’s visualization team in 2018 and contributed to the Urban Computing Foundation in early 2019.

Figure 1. Using kepler.gl to visualize San Francisco building footprint

At Uber, kepler.gl is the de facto tool for geospatial data analysis. In a previous article, we introduced kepler.gl for Jupyter Notebook. In this article, we…

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Open-source, WebGL-powered visualization frameworks

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