Hi All, I believe that the Census 2010 API documentation (http://api.census.gov/data/2010/sf1/variables.html) has an error for the table: P12A. Sex By Age (White Alone). It appears that both P012A026 and P012A049 are attributed as Female: !! 85 years and over. I believe that P012A026 should be 'Female' (as in the total of all females. BTW - I have *not* checked the data as of yet. The data could be correct with ...more »
Following up on my request of 10 months ago ... it does not appear that any urban population or housing unit items are populated at the block level.
This is a request for Census to populate those few 2010 SF1 urban/rural update fields for all summary levels.
The link at http://api.census.gov/data/eits/eits_program_code_RESCONST.xml provides us with most of the information we need to use the API to access data for Residential Construction in the "Economic Indicators Time Series" data. What appears to be missing are variables for the "get" parameter. Manually downloaded data sets (non-api) do not reveal or hint at any variables that could be used either. So maybe there is ...more »
An ACS 2013 CBSA "name" in the API call is "for=metropolitan+statistical+area/micropolitan+statistical+area"
That does not work for summary level 314.
What is the spelling of the "name" for a metropolitan division? Guessing,
"for=metropolitan+division" does not work.
Can you please provide a full sample? complete with a MD code.
I'm new to using the API and was wondering if you have seen examples of using the API to retrieve data needed to build a population pyramid for population of a zip code.
If there are no examples, I would like to build it with a team and add it to the forum for public use. Let me know if you want to collaborate.
Hi - I'm relatively new to the API, and have been using it to pull several reports. Recently I was asked to find S0802 MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS . When I look on Fact Finder I can see the variable, however I'm unable to find it via the API (in the variable definition files for ACS). I'm sure I'm missing something basic, so any direction would be much appreciated.
I'm trying the following call and getting nothing. When I put it into the browser the page just hangs. The response says the server received it and then it stops. I'm calculating the average age of each city in the USA. Here is the request (note I removed my key) http://api.census.gov/data/2010/sf1?key=[yourkey]&get=PCT0120157,PCT0120158,PCT0120159,PCT0120160,PCT0120161,PCT0120162,PCT0120163,PCT0120164,PCT0120165,PCT0120166,PCT0120167,PCT0120168,PCT0120169,PCT0120170,PCT0120171,PCT0120172,PCT0120173,PCT0120174,PCT0120175,PCT0120176,PCT0120177,PCT0120178,PCT0120179,PCT0120180,PCT0120181,PCT0120182,PCT0120183,PCT0120184,PCT0120185,PCT0120186,PCT0120187,PCT0120188,PCT0120189,PCT0120190,PCT0120191,PCT0120192,PCT0120193,PCT0120194,PCT0120195,PCT0120196,PCT0120197,PCT0120198,PCT0120199,PCT0120200,PCT0120201,PCT0120202,PCT0120203,PCT0120204,PCT0120205,PCT0120206&for=place:36&in=state:99990 ...more »
Newbie here. I searched the api documentation and still do not fully understand how to use it.
I would like to find the average house value for a given zip code from the 2010 census data. Possible?
If so, please provide an example URL for 09210.
Can the same call be made for multiple zip codes that make up an area?
Working on our first mobile application in high-end gated communities. Anybody have any experience with simply obtaining accurate gated community numbers nationally? or locally?
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