Stacked Bar Chart for Neighborhood Residential Composition

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This Demonstration compares administrative subdivisions (wards) of Madison, Wisconsin with respect to their residential composition. Densely populated areas of a city tend to have more apartment buildings and condominiums than single-family homes. Each column of the chart represents one ward of Madison, colored in proportion to how much living area (as a percent of total) is of a certain kind. Choose a colored button to sort the wards by makeup (this may take a few seconds). Mouseover a column to get data about an individual ward.

Contributed by: Ethan Beihl (December 2015)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA



This data was obtained from an open dataset [1] of property-tax assessment information provided by the City of Madison, Wisconsin.


[1] City of Madison, WI. "Assessor Property Information." (Nov 24, 2015).

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