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View Census Academy resources about the topic of Geography including Data Gems, courses, and webinars.
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
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
What Are Census Blocks?
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 Data for Your Neighborhood in Just a Few Clicks
How to Select Your Area to Access Data Using data.census.gov
What is a Census Tract? Making Sense of Census Geography
What is a ZCTA? Making Sense of Census Geography
How to Access Data for My Congressional District
What is a CDP? Making Sense of Census Geography
How to Access 2020 Census Redistricting Data Files from the FTP Site
This all-levels course will teach you how access redistricting data.
Mapping Census Bureau Data in R with Choroplethr
Duration: 3-4 hours | Level: Intermediate | Recommended for: Data Analysts, Data Scientists, Developers
Open Mapping Education Series
Duration: 2 hours | Level: Intermediate | Recommended for: Data Analysts, Data Scientists, Demographers, Planners, Geographers, Developers
May 26, 2022
Celebrating U.S. Small Business in the Global Market Place
Join this webinar to will gain insights from successful exporters who continue to win international business, discover trade information resources, and more.
May 19, 2022
A Discussion on the Latest 2020 Post-Enumeration Survey Results
Join us for a presentation on the latest Post-Enumeration Survey data showing which states have an undercount or overcount of their total population.
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
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.
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.
January 26, 2022
Geography Areas and Concepts for the American Community Survey
This webinar explains how the popular geographic types, such as block groups, census tracts, and ZIP Code Tabulation Areas are used to present ACS data.
Hard to Count with ROAM
An Overview of the LEHD Data Program
Geography is central to the work of the Census Bureau, providing the framework for survey design, sample selection, data collection, and dissemination.
The U.S. Census Bureau is the official source for U.S. export and import statistics and regulations governing the reporting of exports from the U.S.