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Updates

We are working on some interactive heat map technology for all of our maps and data, and we’re very excited about it so we wanted to share it now.  The goal is to start showing the massive amounts of data we have in different formats to help reveal trends and interesting stories. Heat maps can […]

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Louisville’s PVA (Property Valuation Administrator) sets all the property values in Jefferson County Kentucky for government and municipal tax purposes. There is a PVA in each county in Kentucky, and they are run by the state government. They have an elaborate internal database that integrates with municipal GIS mapping software that the city provides. And […]

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The Louisville Metro Police Department tracks crime reports across the city’s metro area. Through Freedom of Information Act requests, we get these crimes and map each report since January of 2003, over 6 years of data! This makes it by far the most comprehensive crime map of Louisville Jefferson County crime available anywhere on the […]

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The United States DEA has a National Clandestine Laboratory Register which shows locations of Meth Lab busts. They list the busts or cleanup sites by state, and they are paginated within each state. We decided it would be good to grab this data, geocode it, and turn it into a map instead of looking at […]

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Your Mapper Launched

by yourmapper on June 2, 2009

The public facing side of Your Mapper is now live! After a year of work, from the concept phase for the Netsquared N2Y3 Conference in San Jose, to the private phase that launched embedded maps and data management for the Louisville PVA, we are now able to launch the first face the public facing site […]

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Blog Launched

by yourmapper on May 20, 2009

The Your Mapper blog is now launched, with the site to follow soon.

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