The following R code processes 2014-18 ACS microdata retrieved from IPUMS-USA into the summary tables used to build my RStudio 2020 Table Contest entry.
This table shows the share of workers in each occupational category with a bachelor’s degree, along with the top three most common degrees for each job.
The basic flaw of choropleth maps is widely understood. Using land area to represent any other kind of data is inevitably going to leave some kind of misimpression.
While working on an unrelated project, I downloaded over 19 million U.
Milwaukee’s pervasive segregation is infamous, but it doesn’t extend everywhere.
The largest tree of its species is called a “Champion Tree.
This notebook contains all the code needed to create this graph.
This post details how to retrieve the daily precipitation data needed to create the graph demonstrated here.
A good map has to balance competing objectives. It should be coherent at first glance but still complex enough to reward careful examination.
This poster was created using data from the Milwaukee City Assessor’s Master Property File.