This application displays jobs-housing balance at the neighborhood level using the 2.5-mile area around each block.

--- Please allow a minute for the app to load after first opening. It's a lot of data!
-1- Selecting a measure to display on the map using the radio buttons to the right.
-- See the full report here for details.

by the Metropolitan Futures Initiative at UC-Irvine (2016). Webmap by Kevin Kane, PhD and UCI Data Science Initiative

This application displays jobs-housing balance at the neighborhood level using the 2.5-mile area around each block.

-- Please be patient while map loads - it's a lot of data!
-1- Select a Timeframe and Topic:
-- Jobs-Housing, or J-H Ratios are the average values for each block in a city (2002 or 2010). High values indicate job concentration, while low values indicate bedroom communities.
-- Change in J-H Ratio indicates whether a city shifted toward a higher share of jobs, or housing, over 2002-2010.
-- Change in J-H Imbalance indicates whether cities, on average, are moving toward balanced neighborhoods with equal amounts of jobs and housing. HIGH VALUES indicate imbalance in a city, while NEGATIVE VALUES indicate a move toward a more even spatial pattern of jobs and housing.
-2- Select whether to analyze for all (total) jobs and residents, or whether to isolate low, middle, or high earners.
-- See the full report here for details.