Posts by Hannah Budnitz


Hannah Budnitz is a doctoral student at the University of Birmingham researching the interactions between commuting modes and telecommuting during severe weather events using travel and ICT data sources to identify opportunities to mitigate risks of more frequent extreme weather due to climate change. She is also current Chair of the Transport Planning Network at the Royal Town Planning Institute. With over a dozen years’ previous experience as a transport planner in both the public and private sector, she writes a transport-related blog on topics ranging from bicycling to big data and is active on Twitter @HBudnitz.

env.infohackit @Birmingham 2017 – Infographic-tastic

Big data is defined as datasets that are uncomfortably large for a single machine to process into information. I previously wondered whether big data...

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