About

A (Jekyll) Blog on GIS & Data visualization

Malcolm Meyer

I have a passion for web-based data visualization and analysis. Formally, I am a graduate of the Ohio University International Studies Program, with a BA in Sociology and Urban Planning from The College of Wooster. I also love music and gardening. I spend my days building maps for the City of Zanesville. Formerly I analyzed transportation data for the Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission. You can see the OVRDC map gallery built with Jekyll, Bootstrap 4 and JQuery here.

getBounds() Returns the LatLngBounds of the current map view, path or polyline

Awesome Leaflet Plugins


Data Visualization Tools Shortlist

  • Datawrapper
  • Census Reporter
  • DataUSA
  • Tableau
  • Mapbox
  • Leaflet
  • d3

About this Site

This site is powered by Jekyll, hosted on GitHub and cached by Cloudflare. It was adapted from the Bulma Hero Theme. The first generation of this blog was based on the Clean Blog theme from Start Bootstrap. In 2017 I switched from Bootstrap to Bulma CSS for something new, and to utilize a lighter CSS framework.


Licenses

Bulma CSS - MIT

Bulma Hero Theme - MIT

Font Awesome by Dave Gandy - SIL OFL 1.1/MIT/CC BY 3.0

Freelancer Theme - Apache (Project hover animation)

Ideal Image Slider - GPL

Simple-Jekyll-Search - MIT

Smooth Scroll - MIT