09 April 2015

Common Census Map Project

As a final follow-up to an earlier class conversation about social inventory data that includes opinions, I wanted to provide a link to the Common Census Map Project which offers a spatial representation of where people think their connection with their community ends. It also has neighborhoods in Manhattan and sports allegiance.

The neighborhood mapping has impressive potential for planning in areas where boundaries aren't clear. It certainly lets the Internet-accessing public send a clear message about their sense of identity and place.

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