Estimates of the prevalence of persons living with HIV go from the state and county level down to ZIP codes and census tracts in the United States. AIDSVu was produced by the Emory School of Public Health. In addition, it provides aggregate data for download and use. The website uses OpenStreetMap. Click either of the screenshots below to enlarge them.
|An Overview of Several Cities|
|The Epidemic in Houston|
However, it would be nice to see some spatial analysis doneor overlays with socioeconomic data to help the viewer understand patterns. Overall, the map performs very well on the web. Zooming-in is relatively straightforward and the map renders well--but is quite flicker-y. Maybe a projection issue? It is good to see some agencies using census tracts over ZIP codes because of the ease to link them to Census and American Community Survey (ACS) Data.