DNAinfo's Interactive Neighborhood Map Shows Borders as Defined by Readers

A new interactive map from DNAInfo takes thousands of reader responses to draw neighborhood borders and averages them all out in order to make a heat-map of where those borders lie.

In August we asked readers to settle age-old disputes and draw where their neighborhoods begin and end. More than 12,000 New Yorkers responded, drawing maps in more than 280 neighborhoods and giving us a pretty detailed look at the local geography.

Check out the full article for some interesting analysis on the findings.

via DNAinfo

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