Both of these maps are made with data of the Cushman Collection from Indiana University. The Data set is of the locations of Cushman paintings from all across the United States. The first map was map was made in Palladio which shows a locations of each painting. They have general locations, which doesn’t really show any specificity. While the second map uploaded was made using google fusion tables. It shows the same data, however, it has the distinct advantage of including the nearby major cities and it also includes the states each painting is in. Both maps were made through uploading an open CSV file to the their respective websites. It is evident that the palladio map has far less reference data inbuilt to its native settings, as compared to google fusion tables. In retrospect thinking about the readings done in Digital Humanities on Spacial History, the different types of paintings Cushman did makes more sense when seeing where they are from. As painting of a large building is more likely to be from a place where that was what he as surrounded by, while a painting of nature is far more likely from him being in a rural area.