Map of 2010 census by density and race

08/18/2013 1:45 PM by

Fascinating map from RVA News:

Dustin Cable, a researcher and statistician over at the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service at UVA, recently released a colorful map of the United States based on the 2010 census data.

But these are no arbitrarily chosen and positioned colors. In this case, the map contains 308,745,538 dots (purportedly; I didn’t count ‘em), each of which represents the ethnicity and relative location–accurate to roughly the size of a city block–of every single person in the country. Dang!

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