The tyranny of the continuous mind

Another day, another interactive data visualisation tool. Alastair sent us this tool, which uses data from Find Properly to show how house prices vary along the tube lines. Here's Brockley's place in the pecking order.
What's striking about the data on the southern end of the line is how steadily prices rise as you move towards Zone One, regardless of the merits of the different areas. That's as true of one-bed rental properties as it is of three-bed homes for sale.

6 comments:

anonymous said...

Nick, have you got a fetish for graphs and statistics? You seem to love a pointless graph telling us things we all already without needing to look at a daft graph. Reminds me of this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYl3Ie3HPfc

anon said...

the closer to zone 1 you get, the more expensive house prices get. Simples....

ILoveBrockley said...

You lost all credibility the second you quoted Russell Brand... Sorry. If you too "aint got time for bloody graph" that's fine. Just spend your time elsewhere.
I actually find the info interesting.

anonymous said...

Why's that? Are you one of those Daily mail readers that's hellbent on undermining anything or anyone that attempts to speak out against big business, tories tossers, and the rest of the establishment? You have been brainwashed by the system my friend.

Monkeyboy said...

Rusell Brand. Never has a surname been more appropriate

Bugger said...

Whereas you are totally fighting the power with your Russell brand clip

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