|Philippines Typhoon Online Maps|
Philippines Typhoon Online Maps
Request from GSMA
A request to map cell phone outages/coverage at the administrative boundary level 2 and Province level came to DHNetwork and GISCorps volunteer, Isabel Canete-Medina from Chicago responded to the call and created the following two web maps. In order to see the change thru time click on "View larger Map" and play the time slider from the bottom of the map (from November 14 to 24th).
See more maps on DHNetwork's landing page.
1. Cell Outage/Coverage Web Map at the administrative boundary level 2
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2. Cell Outage/Coverage Web Map at the province level
Request from UNOCHA
A request for volunteers came from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) to the Digital Humanitarian Network (DHNetwork). Several members of the DHNetwork including GISCorps, StandByTaskForce, Humanity Road, and Esri responded to the call. GISCorps volunteers lead by Dave Litke, developed several web maps that were powered by MicroMappers. Some of the maps are posted in here:
This is a map of Tweets between Thursday and Sunday November 7-10 (with no category):
This is a map of Tweets between Thursday and Sunday November 7-10 by category:
This is a Heat map of Tweets between Thursday and Sunday November 7-10:
Open Street Map (OSM) Hospitals & Schools:
The Story Map depicts Yolanda's devestation: