Amazing Twitter Visualisations of Sydney and Amsterdam

Home / Twitter Visualisations / Geo-tweet heat maps / Amazing Twitter Visualisations of Sydney and Amsterdam

More Geo-tweet powered heat maps of cities around the world!

Sydney Geo-Tweet Heat Map

Geo-Tweet Heat Map of Sydney

Geo-Tweet Heat Map of Amsterdam

Geo-Tweet Heat Map of Amsterdam

Showing 8 comments
  • Richard
    Reply

    Hi there,

    These maps are really cool – what software did you use to create them? Is it open source?

  • pauljheaney
    Reply

    Hi There,

    Great site and fantastic twitter tools – I’m doing some work with a major broadcaster in the UK and wondered if you might be interested in helping us with a visualisation? Would really appreciate chatting further – feel free to email.

    • Leigh Hanney
      Reply

      Hi Paul, Thanks, and happy to help if we can. Email me details leigh[at]statelesssystems[dot]com and we’ll see what we can do.

  • Robert
    Reply

    That’s not just Amsterdam. Those are actually 4 cities in the Netherlands: Amsterdam (top), Utrecht (right), Rotterdam (bottom) and The Hague (left).

    Amsterdam isn’t a country you know ;-)

    • Leigh Hanney
      Reply

      Hey Robert, Thanks, you’re 100% right, there is more that one city on that heat map!
      John (Trendsmap’s Developer) pulled me up on that too… I ignored him… :)
      Cheers for clarifying for everyone.

  • Beth Granter
    Reply

    Hi, would it be possible to create a heat map which just shows the locations of followers of a specific account? Or just shows the locations of tweets of followers of a specific account? Ideally filtered to just show one country?

    • Leigh Hanney
      Reply

      Hi Beth, Unfortunately, we are only generating these types of visualizations at an aggregate data level eg. not down to a specific user / followers level.

  • Fotografia Esencial
    Reply

    This is amazing, I’ve seen a lot of satellite pictures of the earth at night but these render of twitter users is something great. You can measure the technology accumulation by city.

Leave a Comment