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Display 2000 Census Data on Google Maps

Lifehacker: Google Maps the Census report

A new Google Maps application displays 2000 Census data when you click on a location on the map, like total population, median age, and average income.
For example, New Yorkers like me might be interested to see how wildly average income varies - from around $20k to well over $100k - in very close areas. Great research tool for anyone looking to relocate.
Census Maps [AnalyGIS via Waxy]

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