How does your neighbourhood compare to the city average on detailed census demographics like household income, age, transportation used to get to work, and other metrics?
This is Edmonton lets you compare these metrics between neighbourhoods by combining storytelling, 3D mapping, and data about the hundreds of neighbourhoods in Edmonton.
It currently works only on a desktop or laptop, however. Please try it there.
It currently requires Chrome, Brave, or the latest Microsoft Edge browser to work, however. Please try one of these browsers instead of
With collaboration with the team at Darkhorse Analytics, Eugene Chen and Nancy Ho were the main drivers behind this project.
See some of our more recent projects like this one on our portfolio.
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Inspired by some of the visualizations brought together by the City of Edmonton's analytics group, we wondered if we could build on their data and see how far we could push combining additional visualization technologies with Tableau.
It was also built on some of the concepts we considered on some of our earlier projects.
All the data, including the charts you see on the right side (now underneath this FAQ), come from Tableau workbooks currently hosted on Tableau Public. In fact, the charts on the right side are Tableau workbooks.
The 2021 census data is released, but we're waiting for the neighbourhood divided data to be available on the City of Edmonton's open data portal. It'll likely take a few months before that data is available from StatCan.