Monday, March 23, 2015

A computer programmer has created a beautiful visual representation of a day in the life of the London Underground.

This visualisation shows 562,145 people moving around the Tube network’s 11 lines based on a sample of Oyster card data during a week in 2009 - each dot on the map represents one journey.
Will Gallia, a 26-year-old from Haggerston who took three years to create the video, told theEvening Standard that he was surprised its appeal went beyond computer programmers and graphic designers.

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