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Visualizing How Far People Are Traveling in the United States

by Michael McLaughlin
People in the United States are moving less than in February but more than in April.

Descartes Labs, an analytics company based in New Mexico, has released a regularly updated dataset on changes in mobility in the United States. The dataset uses anonymized mobile device location data to provide information on how much a typical individual in a county or state moves in a day. For example, the data indicates that individuals in Washington, DC, are traveling more often than in April but are still traveling less than in February. 

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