The world´s eyes // data network
“Los ojos del mundo (the world’s eyes) illustrates the photos people visiting Spain leave behind
them as evidences of contemporary tourism in the country. What do
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answer some of these questions, and make tourism a more quantifiable phenomenon, the authors used flickr’s large pool of photos (and its inherent women s health meds metadata) to produce a set of 3 alluring visualizations mapping different behavioral patterns across Spain: (un)photographed Spain – density and flows of photographers in the Iberian Peninsula; Spaces of Diversity – http://pharmacy-7days-canadian.com/cialis-professional-cost.html Britons weaving their path in Barcelona; and finally, Spaces of Activity – photos from Barcelona with tags related to ‘partying’.” (Quelle: http://visualcomplexity.com/vc)