Explore the mapping sources described on this page with a partner. Find a source that you find interesting, and describe it for the class.
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Visual data journalism uses maps, graphics, and other visual representations of data to communicate stories developed using traditional reporting methods. The newspapers linked below have national reputations for generating well crafted visual data stories.
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Creating a map to illustrate a particular historical point is a common digital humanities project. Below are some samples the librarian found interesting. Many, many more projects in this vein exist, try googing digital humanities map with your topic to see what's available.