Survey Results, GIS Day, and New and Updated Data!
Thank you for taking our survey!
We received over 90 responses to our survey, most from Marylanders, but as you can see from the map above, we also had responses from other parts of the country. The feedback provided will be used to help refine the project overall and improve the website. Thank you all for your input!
We really appreciate your interest in our work and your time providing feedback! And congratulations to our raffle winner from Minnesota!
GIS Day! Yesterday, November 20th, was GIS Day, the annual day of celebration for Geographic Information System users around the world. We held a networking event at the Bloomberg School of Public Health to help build a community of GIS users within the school. As the saying goes, "Each of us has the power to inspire and change the world through GIS." Thanks to your support of our project, we hope we are achieving those goals here in Maryland.
New Data Layers
We continue to research and collect new data within our existing categories, as well as developing new categories of data. We recently added new data to the following:
Data Layer Updates
In order to make a good map, you must have good data! So we have updated the following layers to keep our data current:
All of these new data layers are defined in the "Glossary" in the "About the Map" section.
IMPORTANT: Please remember to clear your cache on your web browser if you are not able to see the new layers of data in the left hand menu. Here is a wiki page that explains how to do this on all browsers. Please email us with any questions.
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