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I utilized Google Maps, Python and standard webdesign frontend technologies to plot Finnish primary and lower secondary schools (grades 1-9) on a map:
Edit 16.2.2016: The 82 blue dots represent schools that only had postal addresses available in the source data and were initially missing; it seems 34 schools are still missing from the data for a reason I didn’t investigate.
What partially surprised me was how many schools there are in the archipelago region between Turku and the Åland Islans (bottom-left / south-western part of the map).
The map acts sort of as a population density indicator as well.
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