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slides: 10 Ways of Looking at Worcester

Monday, August 19, 2013

 

Think you know Worcester? Think you know what Worcester looks like? A set of statistical maps created by Trulia, the online real estate platform, combine public data bases (as well as its own real estate data) to show us patterns in the city that may not be immediately apparent to the naked eye.

Where, for example, are the cities most recent crimes occuring, and in what kinds of numbers? Where are the areas most likely to flood? What's the most recent average home price sale, from neighborhood to neighborhood.

See our city through 10 new sets of maps, below.

 

 

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