How to convert bike-share JSON data to CSV and then to shapefile

Update January 4, 2013: The easiest way to do this is to use Ian Dees’s Divvy API as it outputs straight to GeoJSON (which QGIS likes). See below. For Michael Carney’s Divvy bike-share stations + Census tract + unbanked Chicagoans analysis and … Continue reading

Free online GIS tools: An introduction to GeoCommons

Read my tutorial on how I created the pedestrian map with GeoCommons. Read on for an introduction to GeoCommons and online GIS tools. GeoCommons, like Google My Maps and Earth, is part of the “poor man’s GIS package.” It’s another … Continue reading