I had pulled the Public Telephone Complaints data set and was interested to see where they were in the city, so I forked the Google Maps Mashup to test it on my own. This example uses a JSON query instead of CSV, but the only alteration to my query from last week was to substitute in json in place of csv. For some reason, the fork created broke after I replaced the URL with the one I generated from last week's assignment, but after help with debugging I was able to create the map.
What's missing in the map is the ability to see what the complaint was and when it was taken, so the next step there is to generate the popup window functionality in Google Maps with that data. The bar graph is pretty straightforward in some ways - the most complaints were in Manhattan - but other than that it doesn't really tell us anything. If I were to continue working on this data set, I'd have a better chance at seeing if the complaints are related to Eric Garner's death and the responses to it with the maps visualization, but a lot more data and analysis would be needed.