The Social and Spatial Inequalities Research group has expertise in geographical distribution of health social structure, the polarization of health and life chances, electoral geography, and socio-economic applications of GIS. They know how to plot data on maps. It’s very cool. Link for the SASI folks. Their “worldmapper” can provide some intriguing entertainment…and enlightenment. My university’s GIS folks do some pretty dang cool stuff, too.