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Posts Tagged ‘data’
If you're the kind of person who gets off on having lots of data about how systems work, you'll want to futz around with the District Department of Transportation's latest toy: A graphing application for dozens of metrics about Capital Bikeshare, from ridership to membership to servicing.
In the future, I'd love to be able to [...]
For anybody out there who wants to do more with this data than I do, here are spreadsheets of Bikeshare membership by zip code and trip origination and termination by station through Sunday, April 9th. The District Department of Transportation, apparently, is planning on making all of this public soon anyway–so it's really just a [...]
The New York Times data mapping tool with new results from the American Community Survey is pure magic. One of the things it illustrates most clearly, though, is something that it didn't take wizardry to figure out: Incomes in D.C. aren't rising as quickly as rents or home values.
First, take a look at the map [...]