Posted: September 1st, 2010 | Author: alper | Filed under: PvdA Canvassing | Tags: campaign, Google App Engine, Google Charts API, Google Maps, politics, pvda | 1 Comment »
The PvdA (the Dutch Labour Party) has sent campaigners to canvas neighborhoods and ask inhabitants their opinion on area and the direction of the country.
We imported over 10’000 records collected by volunteers into a map and aggregated results by city and by postal code. This makes it easy to browse through and drill down into the surveyed areas and see what the local issues are.
PvdA Survey Website
Process: “Online campagnes — Canvassen voor de PvdA”
Creator: Alper Cugun
Posted: September 1st, 2010 | Author: alper | Filed under: Vervuilingsalarm | Tags: environment, Google App Engine, Google Charts API, Google Maps, mapping, Pachube, particulates, scraping, sensor | No Comments »
Vervuilingsalarm is an aggregator of particulate predictions for a series of measuring stations in the Netherlands. The data is scraped, aggregated, plotted and graphed and also sent out to sensor hub Pachube.
Creators: James Burke, Ton Zijlstra, Alper Cugun, Buro Pony