Data Visualisations in Regional and Urban Economics
Interactive view of social mobility data for the United States. Two dozen different outcomes can be analysed, and the results segmented by gender, race and native/immigrant as well as geographically. The site has built-in tutorials, downloadable data and the ability to upload and overlay your own data. There is a permalink feature that allows you to bookmark and share the exact state of the map you are looking at. The "stories" function shows how the data have been used to reach specific research conclusions. In Advanced Mode, it is possible to filter for specific ranges of values.
Impressive visualisation of house price changes in England and Wales, derived from Land Registry data and Ordnance Survey data. It colour-codes the price changes of individual properties and can be filtered by price or by change in price.
Interactive, zoomable map of England which colour-codes areas by different measures of deprivation, including the Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD). Selecting a location brings up facts and figures about its measures of deprivation. The mouse wheel can be used to zoom in or out, and places can be searched by name.
Interactive workbook using the Tableau.com platform, visualising the US housing market from 1996 to 2017. As well as an instructions tab, there are four interactive tabs. The first of these gives a US map with time series of house prices by state. Ctrl-clicking on individual states adds or removes them from the time series display. This view can be filtered in various ways. The second has home value time series for selected metro areas, and the remaining tabs are scatter-plots of home value versus rent