Chicago Visualized

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Maps, stats, numbers and more. Data comes alive as we dig deep into neighborhood numbers for stories and more.

Edgewater »

The polls have closed; follow the live election results from the hottest races.

Rogers Park »

Bernie Sanders might have more donations from Chicago, but Hillary Clinton has raised way more money.

Garfield Park »

The report finds that when it comes to things like unemployment, Chicago splits right down the middle.

Woodlawn »

The city has 530 vacant lots around Chicago where crews store snow.

Albany Park »

The results from our "Draw Your Neighborhood" project are now available on GitHub.

River North »

Census data shows that Downtown is a hotbed for living alone — and developers are noticing.

Albany Park »

Median rent prices are way up, making it difficult for some people to afford a roommate-free place.

Lincoln Park »

MAP: The number of tickets for parking in bike lanes has more than doubled since 2011.

Wicker Park »

INTERACTIVE: Draw the borders of your neighborhood and settle the debate.

The Loop »

There are also Teslas, Hummers and a Maserati. But you'll most likely get picked up by a Toyota Camry.

Downtown »

That's nearly 12 times the number of people who can legally drive a cab in Chicago, data shows.

Edison Park »

The neighborhood of Edison Park has the highest proportion of post-2001 veterans in Chicago.

The Loop »

DNAinfo readers submitted thousands of drawings of where their neighborhoods are. Here are the results.

Wrigleyville »

Since increasing penalties in 2013, city levies $6 million in fines for peeing in public, data shows.