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THURSDAY, DEC 01, 2011

New Data on Social Explorer from the 2008-2010 American Community Survey

New Data on Social Explorer from the 2008-2010 American Community Survey
The 2008-10 American Community Survey (ACS) maps and reports are now available on Social Explorer.  The data come from the American Community Survey (ACS), an extensive annual survey administered by the Census Bureau to a sample of about 3 million households nationwide.  This three-year file offers subscribers a new level of detail.  Where the 2010 ACS shares information at the PUMA level (about 65,000 in population), the 2008-10 ACS shares information at 20,000 in population. Subscribers can... more
by Sydney Beveridge
WEDNESDAY, NOV 02, 2011

2010 Census and American Community Survey Maps Now Available on Social Explorer

2010 Census and American Community Survey Maps Now Available on Social Explorer
2010 Census and American Community Survey maps are now available on Social Explorer.  We already added the data to our reports section, giving users the most comprehensive and easy to use demographic resources all in one place.  Now you can access this wealth of data through using Social Explorer's map tools.  Click here to explore more. Fresh from the Census Bureau, this data set give users new levels of detailed demographic information on all census survey questions. The ACS has data on... more
by Sydney Beveridge
TUESDAY, SEP 27, 2011

2010 Census and American Community Survey Data Now Available on Social Explorer!

2010 Census and American Community Survey Data Now Available on Social Explorer!
Social Explorer announces today that the newly-released 2010 American Community Survey (ACS)  and 2010 Summary File 1 from the Census are available for all US states and territories, for all summary levels and all variables. Fresh from the Census Bureau, this data set give users new levels of detailed demographic information on all census survey questions. The ACS has data on everything from education to employment to home heating fuel, and so much more. To understand the difference between t... more
by Sydney Beveridge
TUESDAY, APR 26, 2011

2010 Census Block Group Data Now Available on Social Explorer

In addition to offering nationwide census tract data for the 2010 census, Social Explorer now offers 2010 block group data. Block groups are smaller than census tracts--with about three block groups per tract--enabling users to access a new level of detailed information. As an example, here you can see 2010 vacancy rates in the West Village of Manhattan at the tract level: And the block group level: Check out Social Explorer's mapping and reporting tools to explore these new data, or... more
by Sydney Beveridge
THURSDAY, APR 14, 2011

New Social Explorer Features: Improved 1980 Data and Map Client

Social Explorer is having an 80s party, specifically a data party.  This week, Social Explorer unveiled a new and improved reporting system for 1980 data.  This upgrade offers a more flexible interface for users that is more consistent with other decades.  We now include virtually all of the major data released for 1980, not just a selection. Social Explorer also released a new map client with the ability to export a map image in a variety of resolutions (great for printing and sharing images... more
by Sydney Beveridge
FRIDAY, MAR 25, 2011

2010 Census Data for Entire US Now on Social Explorer and the NYT

Social Explorer announces today that the 2010 census data is now available for all US states and territories.  Fresh from the Census Bureau, this data set give users information about changes in population, race, ethnicity, and housing occupancy. The full version is available in the Premium edition, and population change data is available in the Free edition.  Social Explorer’s Professional Edition is now distributed by Oxford University Press.  You can signup for an institutional trial or su... more
by Sydney Beveridge
MONDAY, MAR 21, 2011

2010 Census Data for 42 States Now Available on Social Explorer

2010 Census Data for 42 States Now Available on Social Explorer
It's springtime and data are in bloom! Social Explorer has been adding 2010 data as the Census Bureau rolls it out state by state.  The following states are already available to our users. Alabama Iowa North Dakota Alaska Kansas Ohio Arizona Kentucky Oklahoma Arkansas Louisiana Oregon California Maryland Pennsylvania Colorado Minnesota South Dakota Connecticut Mississippi Tennessee Delaware Missouri Texas Florida Montana ... more
by Sydney Beveridge
WEDNESDAY, MAR 16, 2011

The Latest 2010 Data Now Available on Social Explorer

The Latest 2010 Data Now Available on Social Explorer
How has your state, your county, or your neighborhood changed since 2000?  Social Explorer’s new data from the 2010 Census will help you find out. The Census Bureau has been releasing redistricting data state-by-state from the 2010 census (specifically the PL94-171 file).   The first 42 states (plus Puerto Rico and D.C.) are already available on Social Explorer's map and report tools, and data for the entire nation will be ready over the next few weeks as it is released. Social Explorer's ... more
by Sydney Beveridge
TUESDAY, JAN 18, 2011

First Comprehensive Neighborhood Census Data Since 2000 Now on Social Explorer!

First Comprehensive Neighborhood Census Data Since 2000 Now on Social Explorer!
Social Explorer announces the release of the American Community Survey 2005-2009 (Five-Year File).  The American Community Survey (ACS) has replaced the famous Census “Long Form,” and collects data on a variety of important topics, including education, employment, income, citizenship, place of birth, migration, ancestry or ethnic background, health coverage and so much more. The New York Times and Social Explorer put together a selection of this data for a feature the day it was released, and... more
by Sydney Beveridge
FRIDAY, DEC 31, 2010

New Data for the New Year

New Data for the New Year
On New Years Eve, Social Explorer reflects on a year of 2.9 million maps created by over 100,000 users.  Looking to 2011, we resolve to fatten up with new data and tools.  Here's the exciting new data diet we're sticking to: 1.  The entire release of the American Community Survey 2005-09 (coming early January). 2.  A tool that automatically adjusts Cost of Living for any year since 1913, and makes it possible to compare things like income distribution from year to year. 3. Release of th... more
by Sydney Beveridge
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