Data Storytelling Awards: Mapping Neighborhood Change

1:00 pm EDT

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APDU is pleased to continue sharing the work of finalists for this year’s Data Storytelling Awards. This webinar will focus on an excellent piece from the New York City Department of City Planning’s Population Division, titled “Stability & Change in NYC Neighborhoods, 2010 to 2020.”

This in-depth profile uses ArcGIS StoryMaps and data from the Census Bureau and New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to visually illustrate the city’s “remarkable population churn” and how these patterns of migration and natural change varied by neighborhood and race/ethnicity throughout the 2010’s. The APDU Data Storytelling Awards are designed to recognize the very best in data storytelling. Each nominee has used data in compelling and unique ways to raise awareness about important issues, enable equitable decision-making, spur action, and make a tangible impact on people’s lives. Register today to learn more about this important story!



Eric Ketcham, Senior Demographic Scientist, New York City Department of City Planning