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How to Lie with Maps

Widespread Racial Diversity Sharp Racial Differences These two maps display the same data from the racial composition of students in the Hartford area for the 2009-2010 academic year. Both of the data visualizations are mathematically correct, in that they both … Continue reading

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Excercise 7: How To Lie With Maps

Racial Diversity in Hartford Area Schools: 2009-10 Racial Diversity in Hartford Area Schools: 2009-10 The two maps above display the same information. Interestingly enough, I was able to use the same data and display two completely different interpretations of that … Continue reading

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Lying with Maps

How to Lie with Maps: Map Depicting Much Racial Diversity in Hartford School Districts, 09-10 Map Depicting Little Racial Diversity in Hartford School Districts, 09-10 Both of these maps display the same data; however, each graph tells an entirely different … Continue reading

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Exercise 7: How To Lie With Maps

Sharp Racial Divisions Widespread Racial Diversity The two maps above both depict the same data for the percent of minority students in Hartford-area school districts for the 2009-2010 school year. However, the first map shows sharp racial divisions in the … Continue reading

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Exercise 7: How To Lie With Maps

Hartford Area School Racial Diversity (2009-2010 Academic School Year) Hartford Area School Racial Division (2009-2010 Academic School Year) Using the data from the racial composition of students in the Hartford area, both of the data visualizations are mathematically accurate towards … Continue reading

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