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Visualizing taxi flow

These three images by Kael Greco and Veronica Hannan, finalists in MIT's visualization challenge, depict relative taxi demand and supply (top two images) and how neighborhoods are connected by taxi use.

Location of excess taxi supply (teal peaks) and unmet demand (pink valleys) on a Friday night.

Location of excess taxi supply (teal peaks) and unmet demand (pink valleys) during a Monday morning rush hour.

A map showing neighborhoods connected by taxi use.

Images by Kael Greco and Veronica Hannan

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