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Map: Midtown or Cass Corridor? Responses from the streets of Detroit

Originally posted on DETROITography:
During the Data, Mapping, and Research Justice workshop offered in August, participants conducted their own data collection based on shared research questions about the Cass Corridor. One question in particular that was brought up was what different people called the area: Cass Corridor or Midtown. In all 30 people were rapidly…


giving data empathy

Originally posted on DETROITography.com I am constantly thinking about how to make maps and data more focused on people, their stories, and the impacts that those numbers represent. It is a constant battle working with data and numbers every day and one that is most often overlooked by organizations that are focused on utilizing big … Continue reading

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The Future Geographers of Detroit Haven’t Yet Made a Map

Originally posted on DETROITography:
Students @BoggsSchool met with special guest @alexbhill this week about how to visualize data pic.twitter.com/jCeehEp7Y1 — DetroitFutureSchools (@DFS_tweets) May 29, 2015 In May, I had the honor and privilege to collaborate with the Detroit Future Schools program at the Boggs School to present a series of activities about data visualization. Our…

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