Welcome to the RADAR Gallery!
For the last few years, we’ve been working with the Manhattan Borough President and NYC’s Community Boards to address their data and analytical needs. Our Civic Innovation Fellows are trained to address difficult & complex data needs. On this page, you’ll find some examples of the various RADAR projects they worked on.
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Project Vulnerable Religious Facilities
A map that recognizes buildings classified as religious facilities not protected by historic district designation or individual landmark status to show how vulnerable these facilities may be.
Housing Court Filings: Letter to Agency
A letter that requested the release of housing court filings data as an approach to a more transparent data for the public.
A report containing subway ridership numbers for 2,3 line in order to share with the community for the new proposed housing development in Lenox Ave.
Community Boards Membership Map
A dynamic map indicating a detailed analysis of community board members from each community board.
A tool displaying ten overlapping administrative boundaries across New York City with various filters including zip codes, school districts, and more.
Open Data Improvement
A data improvement report which helped the Department Of Education recognize missing data in the Open Dat Portal in order to to have a more public and transparent data.
A printed map for Manhattan residents to put suggestions in order to make Manhattan more age-friendly.
CB3 Demographics Map
A Choropleth map displaying the demographics of Community Board 3.