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Visualizing Crime

Doug McCune had a really interesting blog post two days ago in regards to visualizing San Francisco crime data.  He took the crime records from 2009 to generate several maps of the city in while he overlays the crime data as the elevation of the land, creating interesting landscapes based on criminal activities. 

 http://dougmccune.com/blog/2010/06/05/if-san-francisco-crime-was-elevation/

To all of us who know the San Francisco neighborhood called the Tenderloin well, the characterization of the TL as "Mt. Loin" is quite appropriate!

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