Researchers analyzed Census data to map out commuter megaregions in the United States.
I do pro bono GIS work from time to time, and a recent contribution was towards a local school that was undergoing a capital campaign to build science and computer labs to enhance the quality of education at that elementary school. A non-profit, this school needed to raise funds that […]
The Wall Street Journal has made a free online census mapping application available to the public. To use the tool you have to sign in with either an existing Twitter or Facebook account. That takes you to an additional sign up page (according to the site the initial login via Twitter or […]
The U.S. Census Bureau has released 2010 Census Demographic Profiles that can be viewed overlain onto Google Maps. The 2010 Census Interactive Population application allows viewers to see demographic data covering population, race, ethnicity, age/sex, and housing status. Not all of the states are available for viewing and access is being rolled […]
Available in PDF format, the Census Atlas of the United States is the first comprehensive atlas produced by the United States Census Bureau in over 80 years. The Atlas contains almost 800 maps which look at a range of cultural and socio-economic issues “ranging from language and ancestry characteristics to […]