Here you'll find a mix of applications created both by the Census Bureau as well as by our developer community built using the Census Bureau API.
Third-party applications: Some applications showcased herein were created by third parties, not by the U.S. Census Bureau. By publishing them here, we are only showing the work that these third parties have done and are not verifying their potential uses or potential interpretations/translations/mergers of data. The Department of Commerce and the U.S. Census Bureau assume no responsibility for the accuracy of the data displayed within these applications for any purpose whatsoever. The Department, including the U.S. Census Bureau, will provide no assistance in the interpretation or use of these applications.
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Boston Planning & Development Agency: MyCensus Viewer
Third-party app: MyCensus Viewer is an interactive map product that visualizes U.S. Census data for Boston.
Cornell: Thematic County Map
Third-party app: This app from the Cornell Program on Applied Demographics uses the API to map statistics from the American Community Survey.
PA State Data Center: Historical Census Dashboard
Third-party app: Find historical decennial census population counts for Pennsylvania counties for the decades 1960 to 2010.
Tennessee Population Projection: Interactive Dashboard
Third-party app: This dashboard from the Boyd Center for Business & Economic Research allows users to explore county-level projections from 2018 to 2070.
The New Yorker: Inequality and New York's Subway
Third-party app: Charts inequality, using data on median household income, from the U.S. Census Bureau, for census tracts with subway stations.