Wanted to share with all of you a project I was recently involved in which was built entirely with Dash. I’m pretty pleased with how the map turned out and the fact that is being used to create safer spaces for all, women in particular, in my city.
Territoria is a map that visualizes unsafe places for women that walk in the streets of Monterrey, Mexico. The map is one of the tools that the team at Georregias (NGO) uses to help women move around the city with a greater sense of security.
Territoria uses gender violence reports from Monterrey’s open data portal (https://datos.monterrey.gob.mx/) and a street survey aimed at women that walk every day through the city.
That’s strange. The map should be updating, it does in my case. But there may well be an error with my callbacks if it’s not working for you.
The map has 4 layers:
Estaciones de metro = subway station
Reportes de violencia de género al 911 = 911 gender violence reports
Percepción de espacio inseguro de peligro = Locations with a perception of insecurity or real danger
Percepción de espacio seguro = Location with a perception of security
Hi, great app idea. You might want to look at a similar app for ideas/functionality Brazil / Rio de Janeiro has an app for tracking gun-related incidents. I forgot the actual name, but you might want to have a look at it.