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Pulse of the City (reboot)

As I get to better grips with the full richness of the Oyster data set and the complexity of the TfL network it’s gradually getting easier to build better visualisations. One of the ones that I’ve wanted to revisit for quite some time was my original ‘pulse of the city’ animation (you can see it here).

I’ll discuss some of the issues encountered in creating this video at a later date, so for now just enjoy:

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