The CDC has created a map that shows the Rates of Adults and Adolescents living with a diagnosed HIV infection by the area of residence. This map was created in 2015 with data taken from 2013. Though there are many areas where there is no data seen, The areas with the highest rates are located in the Southeastern USA.
New Yorkers, not sure if there is a rodent problem in your building? Check out the Rat Information Portal (aptly abbreviated to RIP) created by NYC’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Rats rarely exist on a single property. Getting rid of them requires a community effort.
RIP is a web-based mapping application where users can view rat inspection data. Findings from the Health Department’s inspections are searchable by address, or by borough, block and lot (BBL). You can use the map tools to find information about properties on the map.
Read the full article here and check out the map.
Juhi Mawla, Intern, firstname.lastname@example.org
Reports filed at the New York Police Department and in the courts can be now be visualized in an interactive map that has been released by the new york times. The map outlines the frequencies and more vital information on the crime report.
Read the full story from NY Times here
Source: NY Times NY REGION
Renice Obure, Research Intern, Vertices, email@example.com
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene performs unannounced sanitary inspections of every restaurant at least once a year. This interactive map displays a letter grade for each inspected establishment, which is representative of a violation point system. The interactive map offers individuals with the opportunity to explore the letter grades of all of the restaurants in the city, along with violation descriptions.
Check out the NY Health Department Restaurant Ratings interactive map!
Lisa MacCarrigan, Research Assistant, Vertices, firstname.lastname@example.org