Thanks for sharing, Jack. FYI – a related effort is an online map our team at CUNY has developed (working with several people quoted in the article) thatsr2182525
If you use census data, be sure to read this NYT article: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/09/us/census-2020-redistricting.html Dr. Jack Eichenbaumjack.eichenbaum
https://cooper.edu/about/news/professor-linda-pollak-exhibits-her-atlas-invisible-spaces Dr. Jack Eichenbaum www.GeogNYC.comjack.eichenbaum
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