In this video, we'll show you how to create a real-time map of rain around the USA. The map will update every hour based on the NSW hourly data feed.
See the final map here, cdb.io/1dyoyWY
You can use any online source of geospatial data to create a synced table. In this tutorial, we use data from the National Weather Service, you can find that link here, srh.noaa.gov/ridge2/RFC_Precip/
The CartoCSS style applied to the map can be found here, bit.ly/17Ab63I
Synced tables are available in paid accounts, John Snow or larger. To get an account, visit CartoDB.com
In this video, we'll show you how to import a spreadsheet you save in your DropBox folder.
You can use the methods in this video on any spreadsheet of data, if you would like to try with the fake data provided here, you can download it from bit.ly/HxhluF
This tutorial will show you how to add labels to your polygon data in CartoDB.
See how to filter data in CartoDB using our filter wizards.
This is a beginner level introduction to the CartoDB style wizards for point data. In the tutorial you will see who to create Simple, Categorical, Bubble, Intensity, and Density Grid style visualizations all using point data in CartoDB.
This channel is all about how to use CartoDB and example applications making use of it.
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