Interactive Map — Energy

Vertices LLC proudly presents a new daily map for this week. This interactive map includes energy production and consumption on a state level for the United States. There are three different graphs that may be looked at which include, Total production (Population Adjusted), Total Consumption (Population Adjusted) and Consumption less Production (Population Adjusted). Each of these maps have population that is divided by 1,000 and have energy in trillion BTU’s in order to make easier, more readable numbers for the graph. These three maps help show what impact per person is taking place being that certain states each person has more of an impact on the environment or that certain state are deficient in creating energy for its own citizens.

For larger map details on the project, please visit the Energy website.

Energy Production and Consumption-
Map: State Level
Year of Data: 2010
Graphs: Total Production (Population Adjusted)
Total Consumption (Population Adjusted)
Consumption less Production (Population Adjusted)
Source: EIA.Gov
MapplerX site: Energy
Data Mining: Yun-Ah Park, Keith Gibson
Map Making: Keith Gibson

Interactive Map – Barry (MI) Conservation District

VERTICES, LLC working in conjunction with the Barry Conservation District has mapped the Thronapple Watershed in Michigan with relevant data about the watershed and the conservation district itself using Mappler X, a VERTICES interactive mapping product. To view the full map, click here.

Interactive Map – NYC Dept. of Education Ranks Schools

This is an interactive map that was created by using the controversial data that was released by the New York City Department of Education. The data released contained the students test scores on standardized tests and ranked the English and Math teachers based on their scores. In order to choose the best and worst 25 schools, the teacher data was organized my ranking and a pivot table was used to compile the worst and best schools based on how the majority of teachers were ranked in the school. For more information please visit