Animation of the Projected Path of Hurricane Sandy

November 3, 2012 Bing Maps

As a hurricane develops The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) publishes the projected path of the hurricane every day as a “Cone of Uncertainty”.  Below is an animation of the projected path for Hurricane Sandy.  When the cone makes landfall we show the age distribution and number of people affected in the US:

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CensusViewer visualizes population affected by Hurricane Sandy

October 29, 2012 Bing Maps

Moonshadow Mobile has created a free interactive website that shows how many people in the US may be affected by Hurricane Sandy at  

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CensusViewer shows Cable TV zones nationwide

October 28, 2012 Adult Population Data

CensusViewer Premium is a very powerful tool to quickly analyze the reach of every cable TV zone or  Interconnect in the nation.  With CensusViewer you can compare cable zones instantly for any demographic target group.  Cable TV advertisers can save a lot of time and money by using CensusViewer to compare cable TV zones when […]

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CensusViewer Premium Launched for 35 States

August 24, 2012 Adult Population Data

Moonshadow Mobile has released CensusViewer Premium for the first 35 states.  CensusViewer Premium is a very powerful tool to instantly generate population statistics, maps and graphs.  With CensusViewer Premium users can do extensive demographic analysis right inside of Bing Maps and get instant counts of any selection of the population .  CensusViewer Basic includes the Census data […]

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Selecting a new Subway Franchise Location in Eugene

August 24, 2012 Uncategorized

When doing a site analysis for a new franchise one of the things to look at is the population and the existing competition.  In the analysis below we used CensusViewer Premium to look closely at the population when selecting a new location for a Subway franchise in Eugene, Oregon. There currently are eight Subway franchises in Eugene […]

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Anaheim’s Minority Majority

August 7, 2012 Uncategorized

This image shows the size and distribution of the Latino and Non-Latino populations in Anaheim, California.  As you can see from the image, 52.8% of the 336,265 residents of Anaheim consider themselves members of the Latino population.  Interestingly enough, distinct lines that segregate both populations are made noticeable with CensusViewer’s mapping capabilities.  The dots on […]

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Demographics and Voter Affiliation

July 27, 2012 Uncategorized

People often expect that certain demographics are more likely to vote for people who support positive goals that are relevant to that demographic.  Still, people aren’t merely demographics- they have visions, goals, and ideals that might not line up with the other ideas of a candidate that does support the advancement of their demographic. For […]

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Comparing Voters and Non-Voters in Oregon

July 20, 2012 Adult Population Data

It is the summer before elections so it is the bi-annual season for voter registration drives.  Crews around the country are busy going door to door to sign up new voters. We decided to do a comparison between the voters and the non voters in Oregon.  The results are shown in the charts and maps […]

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Big City Data Mapped

July 11, 2012 Adult Population Data

Big cities generate Big Data.  It can be very difficult to access and understand large amounts of data.  If you have to go through millions of records you do not get an overview and you don’t get the ‘big picture’.  One way to understand Big Data in a faster way is by overlaying it on […]

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Cities and Race

July 11, 2012 Adult Population Data

Cities are sometimes the centers of interaction between new cultures, races, and incomes. This makes them very interesting to look at through CensusViewer- where you can actually visualize the changes that happen as cities and people adjust to different social and economic changes, and make us wonder about what could have caused different demographic situations. […]

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