Description: The Voronoi Map applies Voronoi tessellation to a set of geographic points. Voronoi tessellation essentially partitions a set of points into regions such that any other point in a region is closest to the original point associated with that region. Regions are shaded according to their category, but more importantly, their relative weight. For example, in the image below, stores which have a higher sales per year are darker. Circular markers are placed at the geographic point from which the Voronoi tesselation was computed and has variable radius depending on the same weight that the shade of the region is computed with. The visual is completely interactive, as can be seen in the video. Enjoy!
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