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Census 2000 data will continue to be relevant and
essential baseline data for years to come.
Using integrated data from the Census 2000, American Community Survey and Census 2010 data
we can see where what has changed by how much. The Census 2000 Data Access & Use website
is being expanded and integrated with other data resources that can help provide updated and trend related insights.
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where we post new developments concerning access to and use of decennial census and related geodemographics.
The Census 2010, American Community Survey
provide details on data access and use relating to those programs. Learn more about the
current estimates and projections.
Join us in the GeoDemographic Analysis Course
Data from American Community Survey, Census 2010 and Census 2010 TIGER shapefiles
are on the near-term horizon. How will you knit these data together in a cost and time-efficient manner?
How to effectively integrate these data with data from Census 2000, your own data and yet other data?
Participate in the new GeoDemographic Analysis Course.
Go at your own pace in this web-based course ... also equipping you with specialized data extracts
and tools unavailable to others.
Benefit from the time that we have put into "knowing" these resources and methods and tools to make
them work together.
Topics Covered in this Section ... Decision Making Information Geodemographics ...
Census 2000 Data Access and Use
Mapping & GIS Applications Using TIGER+
Current Estimates, Trends, Data Integration
Strategies & Planning for Effective Results
Selected Topics ...
Accessing Census 2000 Data (022710a)
Accessing Census 2000 Data
As the scope and volume of data from decennial and American Community Survey programs grow,
so do complexties in navigating through data access operations.