Fun with Maps, Part Deux

I put up a blog post a couple of weeks ago called Fun with Maps. In it I showed some very cool maps that give the viewer a great idea of where migration takes place.  I remarked at the end of the post that it would be nice to have these maps from a per-capita perspective instead of just the level of migration.

I’m now really glad I added that last sentence because I received an email the next day from Casey Cupps, a software developer who has started working on his GIS skills. Here are the incredible maps of outbound and inbound per-capita migration rates that he put together for Cherokee Gothic. Please click on the images for a much better view:




A huge thanks to Casey for all of the work he did.  If you are interested in talking to (or better yet, hiring) this talented man, here is his twitter address:

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