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Personal Wayfinding: Your Thoughts as Maps 

Even after combing over almost every surface of the planet, humans continue to be fascinated by maps. Their ability to visually display how we perceive our surroundings compels us to constantly evaluate our environments. In her book Mapping Manhattan: A Love (And Sometimes Hate) Story in Maps, Becky Cooper collects 75 hand-filled maps of Manhattan …

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Visualizing the Racial Divide 

Jim Vallandingham, a software developer who works for Stowers Institute for Medical Research as a Programmer and Data Analyst recently created this thoughtful data art project called Visualizing the Racial Divide. Seeking to visualize the impact of segregation in US cities in a unique way he writes, "I wanted to come up with a more …

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Picturing Urban Decay 

Derek Watkins is a graduate student of geography at the University of Oregon. Stemming from his research interests in place, culture, representation, technology, and cartography, he has created this intriguing visualization entitled "Picturing Urban Decay...An Exploration of Blight as Depicted Through Online Photography," posted on his blog. The piece is accompanied by an equally intriguing …

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