Before community activists can tackle issues like income inequality, residential segregation and environmental racism, they first have to identify the extent of the problem they hope to address and the […]
This is a fascinating look into the legalization of marijuana in New York City. R/GA take a look at the City’s #OpenData and compares it to Washington State’s strict guidelines […]
This is to a collection of official NYC maps. These maps are created by the NYC’s City-wide GIS department. They have a blog, a user guide, and a “Missing Manual.” […]
NYPD’s approach to these two types of data encapsulates Ray Kelly’s blind spot for traffic violence: The police are pleased to show people where they should take extra precautions to […]
Inbar has located the geographic center of NYC! It is located at 58th Street and Queens Blvd, Queens and there is a plaque!!!
This could be the most detailed open-data map of urban gerontology in existence; the Portland project used about half of the number of property records. It’s not a flawless diamond, […]