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Everyone’s tiles on one map

Ever wondered which tiles are really hard to get? Which tiles *no-one* has been to? I have, so have put together a page that shows me:

Click here the global tiling heatmap

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Snapshot of the tiling map for Europe

Some comments about the data:

  • It only includes the data of people who’ve set their data to “public” in VeloViewer
  • It only includes the data of people who appear in the RideEveryTile or overall leaderboard for the max square or max cluster.
  • It doesn’t connect to VeloViewer “live” – I would have to do a periodic dump of data from VeloViewer. At the time of writing data is from 18th September.

If you zoom into southern England you should see some tiles coloured red. These tiles have not been visited and are “hard to visit”. I am open to suggestions on how to keep a catalogue of “hard” tiles… owned by the community?

Click here the global tiling heatmap

5 comments on “Everyone’s tiles on one map

  1. Absolutely brilliant. Good to see that no one else has managed to ride or run through Knowsley safari park.

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  2. 2 other hard squares worth highlighting

    1) RAF Lakenheath
    2) Fawley refinery

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  3. Stephan says:

    Some new requirements to do. Thanks for this 🙂

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  4. eszpee says:

    This is awesome, thank you very much! Shows beautifully where the top3 in Hungary lives. 🙂

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  5. lupoeagle says:

    Excellent work, thanks a lot!

    I have a suggestion for an additional challenge:
    – number of countries in one cluster!

    But I don’t know if it is possible to analyse that automatically …

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