Hello, Just wanted to let you know that I've just published an android tablet app to the Google Play Store: CensusUS at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clcassidy.censusus. The app uses the Census APIs combined with Google Maps v2. By tapping on the map and the navigation menus on the tablet, users are able to select locations at all levels of geography, from the national down to the tract level, and ...more »
I had already created a thematic map application that gave information about the uncertainty surrounding ACS estimates (move your mouse over the counties). This website generates the map using API data requests. A future expansion will include parsing the variables XML file.
The application that we made in Boston for the national day of civic hacking http://calvinmetcalf.github.io/CodeForBoston-Census/
I through together a version hosted on Openshift that allows deep linking to specific views.
Working with the Puget Sound Regional Council, I've modified my acs package for R to allow users to download data directly from the Census ACS API. See http://eglenn.scripts.mit.edu/citystate/2013/02/major-improvements-to-acs-r-sneak-peak-at-version-1-0/ for more info and user guide. Features and improvements include: * The package is now capable of downloading data directly from the new Census American Community ...more »
just wanted show off my usage of the Census API.. I am using the census data to show off surrounding block census data around each address on real estate listings. Pretty cool. Thanks for Census Developer API for doing such a great job to make this possible. Check it out:
This is just something I wanted to be able to visualize for my own entertainment/enlightenment... but I think it turned out pretty well. Still working on showing the time series of contributions in a given ZIP.
We at the PaSDC are using the Census API to populate digital dashboards we are developing. We are developing topic driven boards - we have Income and Education at this point. With the API we will be able to develop more quickly. Check our site: http://pasdc.hbg.psu.edu/Data/PaSDCDashboards/tabid/2049/Default.aspx
Uses JQPlot plugins. The hardest part was translating array elements. Wish list: remove the word "county" from the table cells...
By the way, I am still serious about applying for the telecommute job for the Census Bureau. When will the hiring manager be able to sift through the applications? : )
http://acsmapper.appspot.com/D3 Given the dearth of other live examples, I felt like I should post something, though I haven't been able to do a lot of necessary cleanup and polish. It was nice to be able to pull something like this together with just a few hours of work via the Census API, though. For a given ACS sub-table (anything with an _002E or higher suffix), I'm calling the data for all US counties and dividing ...more »
http://www.energyzip.org EnergyZip allows you to explore electricity usage across the five boroughs of New York City and compare your usage against predicted future use, to your neighbors and to the city. We invite you to enter your recent electricity usage and, from this data and the average seasonal modulation for US households, we predict what your electricity consumption will be for the rest of the year and how ...more »
A dashboard developed by the Nebraska Investment Finance to display all types of data, including census data!
Now available for iOS. Top Rank Census offers an easy way to browse through the many data categories and geographies of the ACS 5-Year Data Profiles. Simply make your choice and Top Rank Census will generate a ranked list in a flash! It's simple and convenient. The key is the nested table interface that allows a user to scroll through all of the data categories -- even on an iPhone! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/top-rank-census/id976962772?mt=8&uo=6&at=&ct= ...more »
Link - http://app.demanded.io
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We wanted to share our Community Profiles site. It was originally launched in Rhode Island. Our new design is also being rolled out in Pennsylvania. Site is designed to provide easy access to community data. The goal has been to combine Census API data with other community data! Current Version: http://profiles.provplan.org/ New (Beta) Version: http://pittsprofiles.provplan.org/ We looked to provide an easy way ...more »