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CartoDB has linked to a number of of new Google Maps that are using the CartoDB Torque library.
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Another nice example of the Torque library in action is this LIRR Animation. This map simulates one day on America's busiest commuter rail system, the Long Island Rail Road, using real data from Nov 12, 2012.
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The land that is now Uzbekistan was once at the heart of the ancient Silk Road trade route connecting China with the Middle East and Rome. The country spent most of the past 200 years as part of Russia, and then the Soviet Union, before emerging as an independent nation in 1991.

Under President Islam Karimov, in power since 1989, Uzbekistan has boasted of steady economic growth based on exports like cotton, gas and gold. But the political system is highly authoritarian, and its human rights record widely decried.

There is no legal political opposition and the media is tightly controlled by the state. A UN report has described the use of torture as "systematic".
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-16218112


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