I would like to see the ability to display Spatial Data on a map. Points/Polygons/Locations/Distances/Clustering etc.
There needs to be a service that can display large data sets on a map. This service would be similar in nature to the application QGIS. The elements that should be able to be displayed would be point locations/polygons/line of points etc. Colors should be able to be assigned to different types of data based on criteria specified. An example is attached.
Janie Carey commented
Is there a process for importing ESRI's ArcPy module?
AdminLeon Katsnelson (Director & CTO, IBM Analytics Emerging Technology, Cognitive Class Labs) commented
Eric, thanks for sharing your idea. Are you looking to have this capability in a particular tool (e.g. Jupyter, Zeppelin, RStudio etc.) and using a specific language (e.g. Python, R, Scala etc.)? There are a number of libraries in each of the languages that may fit what you are looking to use. For example, matplotlib with basemap may do what you want in Python and we have it in both Jupyter and Zeppelin. I would also recommend taking a look at Brunel https://github.com/Brunel-Visualization/Brunel/wiki. It recently added maps for visualization.