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Government Mapping Examples

MapLarge empowers federal, state and local agencies to share their data on the familiar platforms of Bing and Google Maps.

Traditional online GIS solutions are challenging to set up and often fail to provide a seemless interactive map experience.

Government datasets are often very large and present the challenge of visualizing more than a few records at a time. Using the MapLarge API, agencies can map millions of points and shapes and view them all at any zoom level. 

Agencies can contract with MapLarge to implement a project or use our API to quickly map large datasets using a few lines of Javascript and HTML code.

Below are a few examples of how agencies can create compelling map views of the data they collect.

Examples Using MapLarge API V3

Census Data Mapping

The census collects data from every household and aggregates the information at different geographies. The MapLarge API can map your data against any census level geography including the most detailed block group level. See this Link for an example.

Political Contributions Mapping

This map shows every political donor and their contribution amount. The map has thematic shading and is highly dynamic with a search interface that allows you to filter the map view based on various criteria including occupation, recipient, and last name.Political Donors Map
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Florida FCAT Testing Map

FcatMap.com shows Florida Testing scores on Reading, Writing, Math, or Science by School, District or Zip Code

Map of Cancer Rates in NY

Mapcancer.org shows rates of Breast, Colorectal, Prostate and Lung Cancer in New York state.

Map of Truancy Rates in Florida

HookyMap.com Shows the percentage of the student body who missed 21 or more days of school in Florida in 2007-2008. Using Zip Code boundary files from the US Census bureau, school absentee figures are aggregated by zipcode and averaged.

Examples Using MapLarge V2 Flash API

Fatal Accident HotSpots

Using data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, RiskyRoads.org maps the concentration of fatal accidents that occur within 1000 feet of one another. The result is a heat map that emphasizes the country’s worst hot spots for traffic fatalities.
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FDIC Bank Data

Using the FDIC's bank database, the map at the right shows a heat map of banks with a high percentage of non-performing loans.

Our Flash based tool on BankMapSearch.com can create dynamic maps based on a variety of financial performance metrics.
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Georgia Traffic Growth

The Georgia Traffic Growth Map highlights the busiest roads and highways in Georgia. From 2002-2007, many roads in the metro Atlanta area have seen traffic increases of over 400%. Maps of every city in Georgia highlight the pace of change and increased utilization of our deteriorating infrastructure.
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Global Flood Map

Global Flood Map uses NASA satellite data to show the areas of the world under water and at risk for flooding if ocean levels rise.
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DUIMap.org is a heat map showing concentrations of fatal DUI traffic accidents. Clusters of DUI fatalities highlight the most dangerous areas where drunk driving fatalities occur.
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Business Intelligence Tools

Lobbying Disclosure Analysis

LobbyData.com analyzes millions of specific issue disclosures. The MapLarge Database system performs textual analysis on this data and highlights patterns of lobbying activity to the user.
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