Hey, @FutureJProject - I want to see them cross this data with the most literate cities. Amazon did a ranking, here:
http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?p=irol-mediaHome&c=176060
Anyone on it?
futurejournalismproject:

Partners in Crime
The real estate search engine Trulia teamed up with CrimeReports.com, EveryBlock.com and SpotCrime.com to create a crime map of major metropolitan areas in the United States.
Currently in beta, the heat maps show the type and frequency of crimes by neighborhood, with data sets for cities such as Los Angeles, Tampa, Dallas and Philadelphia among others currently in the system.
Above, a detail from Chicago.
Play with it yourself.

Hey, @FutureJProject - I want to see them cross this data with the most literate cities. Amazon did a ranking, here:

http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?p=irol-mediaHome&c=176060

Anyone on it?

futurejournalismproject:

Partners in Crime

The real estate search engine Trulia teamed up with CrimeReports.com, EveryBlock.com and SpotCrime.com to create a crime map of major metropolitan areas in the United States.

Currently in beta, the heat maps show the type and frequency of crimes by neighborhood, with data sets for cities such as Los Angeles, Tampa, Dallas and Philadelphia among others currently in the system.

Above, a detail from Chicago.

Play with it yourself.

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