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How to Access Population Estimates for Cities and Towns
Find What Survey Has the Data You Need with Census Survey Explorer
PART 6: Select a Customized Area to Perform a Labor Market Analysis
PART 5: Create an Inflow and Outflow Analysis of your Labor Market
PART 4: Create Destination Analysis to Visualize Jobs & Workforce Data
PART 3: Create a Distance/Direction Analysis to Visualize Commuting
PART 2: How to Create an Area Comparison Analysis to Visualize Jobs
PART 1: Visualizing Jobs and Labor Force Data with OnTheMap
How Do I Access Data for My Neighborhood from the Redistricting Files?
Can I Compare 2020 Census and 2010 Census Redistricting Data?
How Can I Access 2020 Census Redistricting Data?
How Do I Access GQ Data from the 2020 Census Redistricting Data?
How Can I Access Data about Race and Ethnic Diversity?
How Can I Visualize Data for the Adult and Children Population?
How Can I Visualize Race and Hispanic Origin Data?
How to Visualize Population and Housing Trends Between 2020 and 2010
How to Visualize 2020 Census Redistricting Data for Your Area
What Data Can You Access from P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data Files?
How to Download the Complete Set of 2020 Census Redistricting Files
What Are Census Blocks?
How to Create and Customize a Map Using data.census.gov
How to Visualize Data from a Table Using data.census.gov
How to Access American Community Survey Data Using Census Reporter
How to Conduct an “Address Search” to Access Data for Your Location
How to Use the GEOCORR to Identify Geographies That Make Up Your Area
How to Access and Visualize 2020 Census Apportionment Results
How to Visualize Your Data Using Thematic Maps on data.census.gov
Learn the First Steps to Creating Your Own Tabulation Using Microdata
How to Use the COVID-19 Data Hub
How to Use Filters on data.census.gov
What is Microdata and Why Should I Use It?
How to Access Data for Your Neighborhood in Just a Few Clicks
How to Print and Transfer Data Tables to Excel Using data.census.gov
Save Time by Saving Your Data Search and Results on data.census.gov
How is Your Community Responding to the 2020 Census?
How to Select Your Area to Access Data Using data.census.gov
Analyzing Census Data in SAS Studio
In this course series, learn how to access, import, visualize, prepare, and analyze U.S. Census Bureau data in SAS Studio.
How to Access 2020 Census Redistricting Data Files from the FTP Site
This all-levels course will teach you how access redistricting data.
May 18, 2022
Mastering Complex Geographies on data.census.gov
This training shows you how to select geographic components, find which geographies are compatible with a dataset, and how to use the mapping feature.
May 12, 2022
Demonstration on Trade Data Tools: API, Schedule B Search and USA Trade Online
International Trade Indicator staff will show data users how to utilize the Census API to seamlessly pull trade information directly into their systems.
To Nest, or Not to Nest, That is the Quest
In this session, learn about the interconnections of Census Bureau geographies in order to better pinpoint your data selections.
April 28, 2022
Top 3 Tools Tour
Join this webinar to learn how to access frequently requested statistics using three of the U.S. Census Bureau’s top data tools.
April 27, 2022
Using Census Tools for Environmental Justice
Census Bureau experts show how use data, to plan for equity in development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental projects in your community.
April 21, 2022
Creating Customized Tables: Microdata Access Tool in data.census.gov
Learn how the Microdata Access Tool (MDAT) allows users to create custom tabulations with various available Public Use Microdata sets and vintages.
April 13, 2022
Getting Started with American Community Survey Data in R and Python
Dive into American Community Survey (ACS) data using R and Python statistical software packages and libraries.
April 12, 2022
Data on a Deadline for Journalists
This training is designed to give reporters an overview of the power of Census Bureau data for storytelling.
April 07, 2022
Application Programming Interface (API)
Learn how to use the Census Bureau’s application programming interface (API) to quickly access data in a standardized way.
March 24, 2022
The Psychology of Mapping Census Bureau Data
We will dive into the Census Bureau's data platform and learn how to retrieve ACS and/or Decennial Census information, and then demonstrate how to map it.
March 22, 2022
Your Community by the Numbers: Race and Ethnicity
Learn how to access data from the Census Bureau on race and ethnicity, using a variety of online tools.
March 16, 2022
data.census.gov News and Updates: March
We provide updates on the Geography Profiles for Puerto Rico, new mapping functionality, improved search, and other recently released features.
March 08, 2022
The Road to Employment Dynamics: OnTheMap
This training is designed for local planners, businesses, and other data users who want to research local workforce and employment trends.
February 24, 2022
Your Business by the Numbers: Census Business Builder
Learn how to access statistics on the characteristics of customers in your market and businesses in your industry.
February 23, 2022
Creating Custom Tables Using the ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
This webinar introduces the ACS PUMS files and provides several different ways to access them.
Making the Most of Mapping on data.census.gov
Learn more about the possibilities the mapping feature of data.census.gov has to offer.
February 10, 2022
data.census.gov: Streamlining the Way You Get Data
Learn how to search for and download data, use the map feature, and customize table views on data.census.gov.
January 26, 2022
Navigating the New and Improved data.census.gov
In this webinar, we cover the new filter panel navigation, new table customization view, and a walkthrough of the live site with real examples.
Accessing 2020 Census Redistricting Data on data.census.gov
Accessing 2020 Redistricting Data: Census Blocks
Accessing 2020 Redistricting Data: Customizing Your Table View
Accessing 2020 Redistricting Data: Hispanic or Latino Population
Accessing 2020 Redistricting Data: Mapping Geographies
Comparing 2010 and 2020 Redistricting Data on data.census.gov
Redistricting Data Through the Census Data API: Single Estimates
Redistricting Data Through the Census Data API: Tables and Group Calls
Accessing Community Resilience Estimates for Disaster Preparedness
An Overview of the LEHD Data Program
Using the API to Get All Results for an ACS Table
Using the API to Get Results for Multiple Estimates
Accessing 2010 Redistricting Data on data.census.gov
Get an overview of resources available for help on using data.census.gov, the Census API, and Microdata Access.
Data Tools and Apps
Find information using interactive applications to get statistics from multiple surveys.
Experimental Data Products
Innovative statistical products created using new data sources or methodologies that benefit data users in the absence of other relevant products.