mapsontheweb:

Concentration of National Register of Historic Places listings throughout the U.S.

mapsontheweb:

Concentration of National Register of Historic Places listings throughout the U.S.

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Percentage of Manufactured Homes in the US, 2000

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Percentage of Manufactured Homes in the US, 2000

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How much $100 is really worth in each state
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How much $100 is really worth in each state

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Pay across the country 
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Pay across the country 

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mapsontheweb:

Map of the richest person in each state.
There are 442 billionaires with US citizenship. But many of them live in just two states — an estimated 111 billionaires in California and 88 in New York. (Forbes)
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mapsontheweb:

Map of the richest person in each state.

There are 442 billionaires with US citizenship. But many of them live in just two states — an estimated 111 billionaires in California and 88 in New York. (Forbes)

Click Read more to see the top 10 wealthiest person in the United States:

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Measuring Innovation: Patents Filed Per 10,000 People between 2000 and 2011 in the Northeastern United States by County
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Measuring Innovation: Patents Filed Per 10,000 People between 2000 and 2011 in the Northeastern United States by County

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Guess where you are in Philly with this neat game 

Guess where you are in Philly with this neat game 

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Friday fun: A map of the cereals we love 

Friday fun: A map of the cereals we love 

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thisbigcity:

Google “cities as an organism” and you’ll find everything from TED talks to blog posts to academic papers on the topic. There’s no shortage of suggestions that collective actions in cities are like an urban metabolism.

The immense amount of data generated in cities can offer us an improved understanding of how everything from water to waste to people to cargo moves around.

Which is exactly what .FABRIC and James Corner Field Operations have done as part of their new show at the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam, which runs until August 23rd.

Find out more about their digital mapping of Rotterdam in our latest post