This is my submission for the Local Children's Data Health 2.0 developer challenge. The challenge was to make data available through kidsdata.org come alive. You probably want to read my blog post on this map for more information. Generally, the red circles correspond to the percentage of child allergy suffers who had -seen- a doctor, but had no specific plan to address their condition. The red tags, are healthcare providers from the NPI database that are listed as experts in kids allergies... the top of the field for asthma treatment. We are using these "super experts" as a proxy for the availability of specialist care for allergies generally. Notice the under-served areas... The specialist are clustering in the high-population areas. Hopefully this map will inspire an expert to move to Eureka, or Santa Maria..
as always, here is the sourcecode