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tuit: bigtimebcn

all the heritage of Barcelona in a single map

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tuit: open papers

help us to improve #openpapers! the defintive tool for crowdsourced-lowtech-geo-paperpowered surveys Open Papers

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tuit: digital divide

The digital divide in Barcelona. The first report to understand the citizen access to Internet at neighborhood level. with @RocaSalvatella and @_GESOP

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tuit: pere iv

The best path is not the shortest! A survey to understand how neighbors use the streets in Poble Nou

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tuit: morphologies of tourism

‘Morphologies of Tourism’ is an analitical description of the current state of tourism in Barcelona through its causes and impacts

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tuit: l’amb al món

how is connected the AMB? planes, boats, roads, trains and cables in a map

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atNight project aims to constitute a first step towards the construction of nightscape image, a necessary first contribution to the (re)definition of the nigh-time identity

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General Theory of Urbanization (Volume II)

How can we translate the Big Data of the 19th Century?

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Join us for the opening of ‘The state of Tourism’ during the FADfest ’17!

A Mobile exhibition in a tourist bus aims to fuel the debate on tourism in Barcelona. Under the theme of Tourism, the FADFest 17′ will start on Tuesday 27 June with a Michael Webb’s conference (19.30h) and the opening of

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The aim of dataWar project is to find new strategies to map territories in conflict situations. During wars or humanitarian crises, data shall not be trusted. The quality of information could become very poor, partial or even false. The opposing

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