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Data Visualization

Nathan Yau: Visualizing Census Data

"Visualization" or "data visualization" are terms that mean the presentation of statistics with images that depict the meaning of the statistics. These include scatterplots of observations, graphs of linked estimates, bar charts, bubble charts, maps with colored/shaded areas, time-varying graphical images showing change over time.

2010 Census Interactive Population Map

A new feature on 2010census.gov, this interactive map allows you to explore 2010 Census data geographically down to the block level. Learn how to use this data visualization to compare your community with up to four other places in the U.S.



Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Public Information Office | Last Revised: September 06, 2013