eg. The following coordinates are for the same street address (55 Church Street zip code 07505), but one set points to the building and the other to the street.
lat : 40.9170109 long: -74.1702248
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I want to retrieve tract level data for all of New York City. I know I can do this using five different calls, one for each of the five counties. I would like to do this with a single call. I have read that the IN clause does not support this (&in=state:36+county:005,061,047,081,085 only returns records for 005). Perhaps this could be done using a place but this is currently not a supported geographic hierarchy.
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?
In order to draw a tract polygon, I need a list of lat/longs that define each tract. (For example, a tract that is exactly a square would have four lat/long points that define it.)
Is there an established way to get the lat/long of a census tract?
Relationship files are provided as a tool to help you compare the universe of Census geographies from the 1990, 2000 and 2010 Censuses. See http://www.census.gov/geo/maps-data/data/relationship.html