Monthly Archives: February 2013

Valentine’s Day interactive

By Leslie Young We had a lot of fun putting together this interactive on singles, conception dates, and sexually transmitted infections. There are a lot of nice maps and interactive graphics, all wrapped up in a Tableau package. Aside from … Continue reading

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Interactive: Increasingly, Ontario graduates shun teacher’s college

Patrick Cain A story/interactive package I’ve been working on for a while went live yesterday – a look at the very depressing job situation for freshly trained Ontario teachers, and how the production of new teachers got badly out of … Continue reading

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Income map #graphicmonday

Patrick Cain I find myself often referencing income maps, in one way or another, when mapping other things (Toronto’s male-victim homicide map, for example, tracks the city’s low-income neighbourhoods fairly precisely). So it’s helpful, once in a while, to publish … Continue reading

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Graphic Monday (On Tuesday)

By Leslie Young No, we weren’t late posting this week’s Graphic Monday. But, we were a little late posting it to the Tumblr. Sorry! I hope you’ll enjoy it though. This week, we used some new Statistics Canada data to … Continue reading

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