The Educational Opportunity Monitoring Project

Investigate trends in racial and ethnic achievement gaps for all 50 states, and how the gaps relate to socioeconomic inequalities between groups. Visit the visualization at the Stanford's Center for Education Policy Analysis to learn more.

Income Segregation in the United States' Largest Metropolitan Areas

Explore the patterns and trends in residential income segregation over the past forty years in the two dozen most populated metropolitan areas of the United States. Visit the visualization at the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality to learn more.

Not Within Our Borders

Compare the public reaction to the Ebola and Swine Flu epidemics using data from Google Trends and the World Health Organization. Visit the Brooklyn Quarterly to read the accompanying article that explores the roots of our public fears to disease epidemics at home and abroad.

The Rent is Too Damn High

In 2013, Manhattan's 10065 on the Upper East Side was the third most expensive zip code in the country - but not for those who can afford it, and most 10065 residents can. Visit the Brooklyn Quarterly to see my map of the rent burdens and rent controlled buildings block by block in one of the country's most expensive cities. The results may surprise you.

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Another Look at the Medicare Part B Data in Miami-Dade

The recently released Medicare Part B data has allowed people to look up what their doctors bill for certain procedures. I created a data tool focused on Miami-Dade County (my hometown) to help consumers understand the market prices for particular procedures and specialties. Click on the image below to view the tool full-screen.

Note: This tool is easier to use on a larger screen.