"$20,000-$34,999: 30 to 34 percent" (presumably H0500016) is missing. Variables jump from "$20,000-$34,999: 25 to 29 percent" to "$20,000-$34,999: 35 percent or more". Using the variable in the data call results in an unknown variable error.
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 »
I have a tool (geocoding, etc) that uses Census 2010 data and it puts out a report with '% Minority" and "Total Housing Units" -- how do I know what Census table originates this data ? And : What the corresponding table/field is in ACS ?
Is there any data available for political party affiliation within census data? I know it was not part of the 2010 Census Form or the American Community Survey, but I am definitely interested in mining that information if it is available somewhere else in the census database.
The tool would generate a printable report around a custom geography, with the option to download the data behind the profile report. It would be very easy to use, and give the entrepreneur a quick and easy snap... more »
Build an app that pulls the most useful variables for businesses from the Census API, with some user customization or drop down menus, and which easily ports into existing commercial software packages. This would allow commercial companies to easily use Census data and mash it up with their data to support new and existing business owners