Mapping Out Graffiti Reports and Response Times Using New York City Open Data

Brooklyn-based data visualization enthusiast Nicholas Reyland recently scoured the New York City open data portal entries on graffiti reporting and cleanup response times to create these 3 maps showing the state of graffiti in each NYC neighborhood.

I took NYC’s open data and created 2 info graphics to show the number of graffiti reported by borough and police precinct. The 3rd graphic shows the average time it takes to clean up a reported piece of graffiti.

via /r/nyc

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