APL's flagship website, Getfacts, is the first of its kind online interactive mapping and data extraction tool for Wisconsin demographics.
The Net Migration website highlights trends and patterns in where Americans are moving by providing reliable estimates of net migration broken down by age, race, Hispanic-origin, and sex for all U.S. counties each decade from 1950 to 2010. Hits on the US Counties Net Migration site soared to over 100,000 owing to coverage from several online news sources. The site was designed by Jim Beaudoin at APL and featured in The Atlantic - Cities. Traffic snowballed when bloggers chimed in: Gizmodo, io9, Flowing Data. The site was awarded the prize for Best Interactive Online Map by the Wisconsin Land Information Association.
The recently expanded Wisconsin Food Security Project provides a cutting-edge interactive website for exploring and documenting food security and food security infrastructure throughout the state.
The Madison Neighborhood Indicators project seeks to quantify the diverse and changing social conditions in Madison neighborhoods.