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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 »

Disparities by neighborhood were greater than disparities by race, the report found.

Inwood »

Manspreading, nail clipping or pole hogging; what's the most flagrant violation of subway etiquette? 

Concourse »

More than 7,000 New Yorkers have picked their favorite subway seats. Here's what we've found so far.

Flatiron »

DNAinfo mapped more than 400 illegal brothels operating in Lower Manhattan during the 19th century.

Midtown »

We're releasing thousands of neighborhood drawings for you to mess around with and study.

Rego Park »

The Department of Sanitation has 48 sites across the city for melting and storing all that snow.

Jackson Heights »

City Council members voted themselves a 32 percent raise last week, bringing the salary up to $148,500.

Midtown »

Here's a primer on the term commonly used in affordable housing, and how to figure out your number.

Carnegie Hill »

We break down what your chances are and what lottery ticket sales mean for New York state.

Civic Center »

More than 200 pedestrians and bicyclists have been killed and 20,000 hurt since the law took effect.

Bay Ridge »

Faulty neighborhood lines, very loud sex in Bay Ridge and school diversity made the list.