Minecraft and Geospatial: Get Your Data Noticed (Infographic)

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Why do we keep mentioning Minecraft? What is it, and why is everyone—from kids to geo professionals—using it?

Though the game of Minecraft is a simple concept, it holds unparalleled abilities to generate public interest and get important data shared quickly and cheaply across the globe. If you’re not already leveraging the power of Minecraft for your data, this infographic will show you why it matters and how it can be done.

The bottom half has many clickable spots linking to articles, blogs, and other resources. If you’re on a mobile device or an older web browser, you can also view the list of links at the bottom of this post.

Happy gaming! Oops, I mean, working.

Clickable Resources

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