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Building a better election map

November 14, 2018
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The US 'midterm' elections have finally started to wind down, and we finally have some (mostly) finalized results to study. But what's the best way to visualize who won the US congressional seats in each of the 435 districts? Let's dive into this topic...
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Hurricane Florence – and other category 4 hurricanes that hit NC

September 10, 2018
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Here in North Carolina (NC), we're pretty much resigned to the fact that many of the hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean are going to visit us. NC sticks out farther into the ocean than most of our neighboring states, and that just makes a tempting target...
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What’s the most popular language in each US state?

July 30, 2018
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I can recognize several languages when I hear people speaking them (mostly because I lived in the Alexander International Dorm at NC State University). Therefore when I found a map of the most common languages spoken in each US state, it caught my attention, and I decided to try creating my

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How old is your county?

July 12, 2018
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The United States declared independence in 1776, and we celebrate it on July 4th every year. But the land areas that make up the United States today weren't necessarily the same as they were back then. So I thought it would be interesting to create a m...
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Tracking the reentry of China’s space station

April 2, 2018
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If you grew up as a space-junkie kid like me, then you've probably been watching the news for the past few days, wondering when and where China's Tiangong 1 space station was going to fall out of orbit, and crash to Earth. According to Popular Mechanics (PM), that happened at 8:16pm

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Tracking the International Space Station

March 21, 2018
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As we get into springtime weather where I live (assuming it stops snowing today!), I'm planning to spend more time outdoors paying attention to the night sky. There are lots of cool apps these days to help you identify constellations, and track things ...
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Where are opioids prescribed most, in North Carolina?

March 12, 2018
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My buddy Rick Wicklin recently pointed me towards an animation of some opioid prescription rate data for Illinois. And, of course, I decided we needed a similar animation for North Carolina (with a few improvements...) Here's the original, and here are...
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Can felons vote in your state?

February 2, 2018
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Can felons vote? This seemed like a simple question, but I realized that I wasn't 100% sure of the answer. Therefore I looked into the data ... and apparently "it depends". Follow along and see how I created a map to help answer this question. But befo...
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