Visualization torque examples using CartoDB's library
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accorddeparis_torque.html
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Torque visualization examples using cartodb.js library

Two torque visualization examples where generated using the cartodb.js library. The data were obtained from previous programs[1] and imported as CartoDB tables. The code is based on two different sources. One from a repository of Daniel Carrión [2] and the other from a post (and other repositories) of Andrew Hill [3].

caraacara_torque.html

The first torque visualization is based on the example obtained from this repository [4]. It shows some of the tweets tweeted during the last Spanish general elections debate between the two major parties. Blue dots represent tweets that cited Mariano Rajoy, and red dots represent tweets that cited Pedro Sanchez.

accorddeparis_torque.html

The second torque visualization is based on the example obtained from this repository [5]. It shows some of the tweets after the sign of the Paris agreement concerning climate change. Green dots are positive reactions, red ones are negative and gray ones neutral.

  1. https://github.com/ramiroaznar/twitter2cartodb-with-Python
  2. https://gist.github.com/danicarrion/dcaf6f00a71aa55134b4
  3. http://andrewxhill.com/blog/2015/04/17/torque-unknown/
  4. https://github.com/ramiroaznar/twitter2cartodb-with-Python/tree/master/example2
  5. https://github.com/ramiroaznar/twitter2cartodb-with-Python/tree/master/example