Statistical Atlas

Demographic charts and maps down to the city block

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Jacob Norda
Jacob Norda@jacobnorda · Cedar Lake Ventures.
Hi hunters, my colleague James and I put this together - we wanted to give you easily accessible / browsable reference access to a ton of statistical data about all places in the US (state, city, county, neighborhood, block, etc - it goes pretty deep, data currently from the US Census, may add more later). Note the semi-interactive data maps that quickly let you pin-point which places are high/low on that particular scale, and once you get into it there's a ton of data to geek out on - you can tell a surprising amount about a place by checking out the distribution of people, incomes, education levels, etc. For example SF: Or the evolving race demographics in Austin, TX: