Celebrate the power of diversity with Where International Communities Cluster, a visual dataset showing "countries mapped to the U.S. region with the largest percentage of its immigrants and expatriates among the total population." Users can browse this data in two ways: searching by country on the left-hand side panel (where the over 100 countries included are sorted alphabetically), or exploring by state directly on the map (the buttons in the top right corner allow for easy zooming and navigation). The data reveals interesting international revelations. For example, Columbus, Ohio is home to many immigrants from Algeria, while Columbus, Indiana is home to many immigrants from Spain. Readers curious about how Ilia Blinderman and Izii Carter (from the digital publication The Pudding) created this project can click the "How we made this" link in the lower right-hand corner to learn about the method used to turn IPUMS census information into this interactive dataset.