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Pittsburgh’s Diversity Index, 2016

11 Oct


Public Source recently published an article based off of Pittsburgh’s diversity index, or the chances that if you pick two random people from a neighborhood, that they would be of a different racial background.

Pittsburgh’s most diverse neighborhoods include, Marshall-Shadeland, Friendship, and Sheraden, while the least diverse include Bon Air, Regent Square, and Duquesne Heights.

Head over to Public Source for the rundown, as well as interviews with residents.


The Click that ‘hood! Game

21 Feb


Map junkies beware!  A game that tests your knowledge of Pittsburgh neighborhoods.  Race against the clock to find 20 random neighborhoods, or try to identify all 90!

It’s also available for a number of other cities.

Try it out now and Click that ‘hood!

Race and Ethnicity

7 Dec

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Race and ethnicity 2010: Pittsburgh

Red is White, Blue is Black, Green is Asian, Orange is Hispanic, Yellow is Other, and each dot is 25 residents.

Data from Census 2010. Base map © OpenStreetMap, CC-BY-SA

From Flickr user Eric Fischer who also did this cool Locals and Toursists map

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