I got married in Amsterdam, and spent an exciting New Year’s Eve last year in The Hague, so I’m partial to the Dutch people. Since it’s difficult to visualize the country’s love for New Year’s Eve fireworks, here’s a look at its residents’ text messages, courtesy of KPM Telecom and Aaron Koblin.
The Washington, D.C., official data catalog is a rich source for information about the nation’s capitol. Users can download dozens of free GIS products as well as datasets related to city functions (311 service requests, permits, etc.) in relatively clean tables. For today’s visualization I downloaded some 31,000 serious crime incidents in 2010, and then uploaded them to Google Fusion...
U.S. Children In Poverty
After yesterday’s @CoryBooker tweet cloud, I decided to create a daily data visualization. Today: Two easy thematic maps visualizing the percentage of children in poverty by state and county, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. See the state-by-state version. Sources: Data | Counties Shapefile | States Shapefile