DMV Housing Market Data Analytics: A Fun Map (still in Development)!

This is my personal side project (not done yet!) to visualize the growth of median home value by census tract in the DC-VA-MD area between 2015 and 2017 for my house hunting. The data panel on the right also displays selected census tract’s social-economics and demographics statistics, powered by the awesome database from the U.S. Census Bureau.

(Please use map on your desktop – mobile version is not optimized yet.)

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Visualize EB-5 Economic Impact

Using the data from a variety of peer-reviewed research, I created this interactive map to visualize the robust impact of EB-5 investments on the U.S. economy. The map helps to bring the data of these wonderful reports to life and has been widely used in IIUSA’s advocacy initiatives.

The map was first published on IIUSA website at: https://iiusa.org/eb5-economicimpactmap/

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Policy Mapping Tool to Inform Industry Stakeholders of Potential Regulatory Reforms

To help elevate policy discussion about the potential reforms of Targeted Employment Areas (“TEAs”), I led the research initiatives at IIUSA to develop several interactive maps to visualize the hypothetical impacts of various proposed approaches to reform the designation of a TEA/

The map below is one of the mapping tools that I created to inform the stakeholders of the impact of the TEA reform proposed by Department of Homeland Security on its NPRM (Notice of Proposed Rule Making) in 2017. It visualizes the census tracts that will be qualified as a TEA indecently and also provides data (such as employment rate, labor force participation) to allow users to calculate the weighted unemployment rate of any combination of adjacent census tracts.

(The map was first published on IIUSA website at: https://iiusa.org/eb-5-tea-policy-proposals-analytic-mapping-tool-on-contiguous-adjacent-tea/

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