A discussion of how public access can improve redistricting and how the public can contribute to the process.
A discussion on how to best judge different district plans.
An examination of the difficulties involved in redistricting.
An argument for the importance of redistricting and how public access can improve the process.
Maptitude for Redistricting comes with all of the data present in the standard Maptitude US country package, as well as one free detailed state, county, or city/town package of your choice. This includes all of the relevant census geography and redistricting data, so you can get started as soon as you install. For a list …
Even after downloading your data package, it is possible that your data package is not listed in your plan manager. Before redownloading or reinstalling the data, you may want to check the default install location for Caliper data packages. E.g., C:/XX Data 2020 Final where XX is the state abbreviation. If that folder does not …
The plan libraries installed with the redistricting data include plans such as: “Enacted Senate B-V-M-C”, “Enacted House B-BG-T-C”, or “Enacted Congress B-V-C”. Caliper creates the enacted boundaries for our default enacted plan libraries based on the Congressional and State Legislative codes the Census Bureau has provided for each census block. See this webpage from the …
Creating a new template using a template createed with previous geography
Creating a new plan using previous geography
Filtering and sorting plans in Maptitude for Redistricting.