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New York Visualized

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From interactive maps to easy-to-understand statistics, DNAinfo’s New York Visualized brings data alive as we dig deep into the numbers to uncover the human stories.

Upper East Side »

Wish you had a subway station right outside your building? Now you can build a virtual one.

Bushwick »

There isn't enough room on the Williamsburg bridge to fit the buses needed to replace the L train.

Inwood »

Inwoodites have long complained of two worlds east and west of Broadway. Data backs that up.

Midtown »

Help your fellow trainers out and map out the spots you've visited while playing Pokémon GO.

Mott Haven »

As Mott Haven becomes a hotbed for investment, brokers are trying to cash in on its growing cachet.

Concourse »

Still, the number of complaints about dog poop has dropped citywide, RentHop found.

Washington Heights »

Washington Heights, Inwood and The Bronx powered Adriano Espaillat to a slim lead over Keith Wright.

Upper West Side »

Half of the city's top performing students come from just 45 of 630 middle schools, an analysis found.

Astoria »

Getting roommates and looking beyond Manhattan helps a lot, Streeteasy's interactive map shows.

Bushwick »

Hispanic voters were disproportionately purged from voting rolls, a WNYC analysis found.

Washington Heights »

Renovations to the uptown terminal have been delayed repeatedly since being announced in 2008. 

Midtown »

There were a record 104,000 applicants for 64 affordable units in Midtown in one building alone.

Yorkville »

Each of the five boroughs has its own flag, although only two are official.

Coney Island »

For round three of our neighborhood emoji quiz, we're headed to the beach.