Explore the web app on Business Relocations in Southern California

Click here for a web mapping application that allows you to explore dynamics of business relocation across city boundaries in Southern California.   This application corresponds to MFI’s Quarterly Report “Business Relocations in Southern California: Moves within and across cities and neighborhoods?”

Explore the web app on the Relationships between Housing, Business and Open space

Click here for a web mapping application that allows you to explore the notion of urban accessibility, defined as the spatial separation between dwelling units and 32 types of destinations including shopping, open space, and public services for cities throughout Southern California. This application corresponds to MFI’s Quarterly Report “What makes housing accessible to everyday destinations in Southern California?”

Explore the web app on Jobs-Housing Balance in Egohoods in Southern California

WebMapHousingEgoClick here for a web mapping application that allows you to explore job-housing balance at the neighborhood level using the 2.5 mile area around each block.  This application corresponds to MFI’s Quarterly Report “Jobs-Housing Balance in Egohoods in Southern California.”

Explore the web app on Neighborhood Mixing and Economic Dynamism

Click here for a web mapping application that allows you to explore several dimensions of mixing across Southern California including income, age, racial composition, housing characteristics, and land use.  This application corresponds to MFI’s Quarterly Report “Understanding Mixing in
Neighborhoods and its Relationship with Economic Dynamism.”

Explore the web app on Employment Subcenters in Southern California (Job Density)

subctr_appClick here for a web mapping application that allows you to explore the changing dynamics of employment centers in Southern California.  This application corresponds to MFI’s Quarterly Report “Detecting Job Density Over Time.” Note: the webmap titled, “Employment Dynamics Across Southern California Cities” presents these same data but for cities rather than subcenters.

Explore the web app on Employment Dynamics Across Southern California Cities

This web mapping application ecitiesxplores job growth and localized employment specialization at the city level in five key economic sectors: business services, retail, industry, technology, and “creative” work.  Note: this webmap presents the same data as the “Employment Subcenters in Southern California” webmap, but for cities rather than subcenters. 

Explore the web app on Understanding Business Churning Dynamics and their Spatial Variation

churn_appClick here for a web mapping application that allows you to explore the relationships between business churning, job growth, and clustering across Southern California.