# Current map of galaxies' z's and distances?

So, here's a diagram with some galaxies.

I realize there are 500 billion galaxies out there (likely many more), but is there are fairly up-to-date diagram of all the galaxies, or a representative sample, at all observable distances?

• Not sure from the wording of your question, but just in case this isn't clear, you shouldn't expect to have millions of datapoints, you need both a $z$ (easy to measure, we have this for millions of galaxies) and a $z$-independent distance measure (this is harder, current datasets have roughly between a few and a few thousand points, depending on the distance measure). – Kyle Oman Jun 11 '14 at 23:26