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Ian G.

Tyler and Ian Map Blunders

Answer Key:
Removed Gazebo
Added facilities label near right bottom corner
Removed Weinstein Center Label

Ian G. Project Screenshot

Diabetes rates in Virginia – darker shaded areas have higher rates of diabetes incidence per 1000 residents.

Project Proposal

For my project, I would like to create a map of Richmond that shows the correlation between diabetes rates and poverty. In my SSIR class, we read an article entitled “Ghetto Miasma” which talked about the relationship between being impover…

Swiss Cheese Map Reflection

This article helps give a real life example of why maps are so important, and how bias in a map can cause a lot of problems. The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is one of the most complex and ongoing problems in the world today, and has been for many year…