A map of fake reproductive healthcare and abortion clinics in the United States. If you need medical assistance, check this map to make sure you're going to get what you need, if you can do so.
Worldwide map of OSINT tools. 614 services (cadastral maps, business registries, public transport maps, passengers lists, vehicle information), and more.
Services broken down by country and by (USian) state.
Why should security vendors be the only ones allowed to use silly, animated visualizations to "compensate"? Now, you can have your very own IP attack map that's just as useful as everyone else's.
Looking through the index.html file it looks like the specifics should be pretty easy to tweak. The cute attack names are in an array, as are the sound effects (which can be swapped out or otherwise modified fairly easily). I think the stats used to influence the random number generator could be modified to reflect other uses of this map. Similarly, the CSV files could be altered or swapped out.
To run it, just point a web server at the repository. No back-end webshit involved.
Feeling morbid? Use this map to calculate the badness of a nuclear strike on the city of your choice.
TinyGS is an open network of Ground Stations distributed around the world to receive and operate LoRa satellites, weather probes and other flying objects, using cheap and versatile modules.
This project is based on ESP32 boards and currently it is compatible with sx126x and sx127x LoRa modules but we plan to support more radio módules in the future.
ACLED collects real-time data on the locations, dates, actors, fatalities, and types of all reported political violence and protest events across Africa, the Middle East, Latin America & the Caribbean, East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Central Asia & the Caucasus, Europe, and the United States of America.
A self-hosted network visualization on a 3D globe with support for IPFIX, Netflow and sFlow. Yes, it's a pew pew map. Consists of a back-end server and a front-end dynamic globe.
An air quality monitoring network built on a new generation of Internet of Things sensors. Using a new generation of laser particle counters to provide real-time measurement of PM1.0, PM2.5 and PM10. PurpleAir sensors are easy to install and only require a power outlet and WiFi. They use WiFi to report in real time to the PurpleAir map. Sells air quality sensors that are pretty expensive. Don't know if it'd be possible to upload data from other kinds of sensors.
Account creation requires authenticating with a Google account only.
They have a JSON API but it's read-only and just a straight dump from their database: https://www.purpleair.com/json
There is also a Thingspeak API: https://www2.purpleair.com/community/faq#hc-thingspeak-api
They also seem to have a REST API but you need an API key and ChannelID. Not a big deal, really.
I don't know if this service is suitable for my purposes.
The Internet Weather Map™ (IWM) is a free service that maps latency on the Internet. As an Open Community project, it uses data from volunteers all over the world to feed back latency on the Internet into a central database. Then that data is aggregated, and displayed in table and map formats, allowing you to see how the fast sections of the Internet are running. While it practically not possible to map out every segment of the entire Internet, the IWM product traces tens of thousands of segments to give you an informed idea as to it's overall latency.
The Latency Map is the heart of the service, which displays a map of any delays on the Internet, as well as in a table format. While the table displays the slowest segments, the map normally only displays delays (latency over 300ms). The data on this tab will refresh every 60 seconds, so there is no need to re-load the page manually.
Tools allows you get information on your domain name, including an MX Record Lookup, and some additional diagnostics.
A crowdsourced map of the weird and uncanny.
A web application (personal and otherwise) for tracking high altitude balloons, radiosonde beacons, and so forth on a world map. Desktop and mobile friendly.
A worldwide, real time, community collaborative lightning location network.
Might be an API. Data could be useful.
API documentation for wigle.net.
An interactive map of ham radio repeaters around the world, searchable by callsign, coordinates, tags, state, or relative directions.
An interactive map of the submarine telecommunications cables which form the inter-continental links of the Internet.
An interactive map of known pulsars, looking at Mutter's Spiral edge-on. You can scroll around and change the distances. Also shows gammaray bursts, supernovas,
A relatively simple yet useful online pulsar map generator. Displays the Pioneer and Voyager map by default but can generate custom maps with a bit of fiddling.
There is also an Electron webshit version for download.
Online version, free to use: https://app.diagrams.net/
A Python module that lets you take data and easily generate a Leaflet map of it. Defaults to Open Streetmap but can also use Stamen Terrain and Toner, Mapbox Bright and Control Room. Can use custom tilesets if you have the appropriate API key. You can output the map to local storage. If you can define a map some other way, you can do the same with Folium (probably more easily). Polygons can be drawn on the map as you'd expect.