Visualize country borders from different times in history (2000 BC-1994)
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Please help me make these maps better! The data is at https://github.com/aourednik/historical-basemapsreddit.com/r/MapPorn | 2021-01-26
Thanks! The data is not mine. It is from here. I'm working on an editor for historians and who ever to work on visually updating this data right from in the app! so stay turned and hopefully all the data will be perfect in the future.
An app I made for visualizing country borders throughout history (2000 BC - 1994) [OC]
ah! I'm sorry. The data is pulled from here (not my data). I really hope others contribute to updating this public source
All data was polled from here. I'm with you though!
Anyone have issues with the borders, please file an “issue” here: https://github.com/aourednik/historical-basemaps
Haha if only I know how to create the geojson borders to fix them. I just made the visualization and pulled the data from this repo here
Hey! please consider helping with the borders over at https://github.com/aourednik/historical-basemaps
Hey thank for the comment! The data is not mine. It can be found here. I am currently working on an editor for this app or you or anyone will be able to create community made timelines! Follow the progress here
Hey! yes I would would love to find more data sources. Right now I have only one source here: https://github.com/aourednik/historical-basemaps
I don't think they made the data, they're pulling it from here.
I understand. The data is pulled from this repo (not mine). I really hope it makes the right people excited and some people contribute to his repo on my accurate borders.
Post this information at the dataset here under “issues”: https://github.com/aourednik/historical-basemaps
Thanks for the info! If you understand geojson would you be open to contribute to the the source that I am pooling from? https://github.com/aourednik/historical-basemaps
Thanks! The data can be found here. I think it is pulled from some old archive. This article talks about it a bit.
aourednik/historical-basemaps is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.