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Bryan

This is what Rhiel should have done: on the zoomed out view, aggregate by neighborhood, then when you zoom in aggregate by block, then when you zoom in further show each individual property. This way, you get the best of both worlds: you are able to see large-scale trends, as well as the local fluctuations.

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