The New York Time pulls together all sorts of crime, education and satisfaction data for the city onto a map – it's a shame that you can't overlay and correlate different data sets, but it's interesting nonetheless. [link]

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  1. That is a brilliant example. Really interesting. Do you have any ideas/links on how to learn to make these visualisations?

    I found http://www.innovativeinteractivity.com yesterday, which has some good examples of data journalism and visualisation. After a skim over the site, it looks like these interactive maps require some serious Flash and programming chops.

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