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A content type that is primarily an overhead view of a map instead of viewing charts of dense information.

Black residents in Danville and public housing

The map below is a dot-density map that shows where black residents live in Danville in relation to public housing. 

A dot-density map means that one dot represents a number. This type of map helps better visualizing patterns.

Below, each blue dot represents five black residents. 

There are two maps. The location of black residents in 2000 and the location of black residents in 2010. 

Each yellow star represents a public housing project. 

Press play on the map below. Toggle between the two maps by hovering your cursor over the buttons on the left-hand side. To zoom in, use the "full screen" option on the right-hand side. Press "escape" on your keyboard to return to the main menu. 

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