We see them every day, popping up on our Twitter feeds, filtered through blogs, or even scattered throughout the New York Times: maps portraying not the usual locations or destinations, but data.
Datablog editor Simon Rogers states: "... anyone with basic computer skills could learn to do it at no cost. ...the key to making data maps work lies in layering. While one set of data on a map is interesting, two or more tell a story that really teaches us something."
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