Looking to have added:
Summary Level:060 state-county-county subdivision
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Provide developers with tables of valid state and county codes and any other data used as a parameter for queries
Requesting these additional data be made accessible via the API:
1 -- QuickFacts city and county
2 -- federal state coop program population estimates incrementally updated county and metro; annual components of change & age-gender-race/origin
Can you add availability of Census 2010 SF1 block urban/rural data (urban/rural update); e.g. Table 2 has only items p0020001 and p0020006 populated?
This is a request for the ACS 2012 1 Year PUMA DP data to be added -- adding summary level 795 with same scope of subject matter as now available for existing ACS 2012 1 Year DP data.
I would like to access specific population data for Black African America population data by state, county and city. Is this possible today? If so how do I access the data to use for an App? If not, can this feature be created?
IS there any webservice or feature which will give me the city value for the passed coordinates. Currently, the FCC API returns FIPS Code for the coordinates, is there a way to send this FIPS code and get the city value back, any ideas, thoughts will be highly appreciated.
Is there any chance thay data from the 2005-2009 ACS might be included via the API anytime soon? (Or, barring that, is there some sort of anticipated timeline moving forward?)
The ACS API includes geographic summary levels above the state level, the SF1 and SF3 API do not. I would like to see those levels added.
API keys are a barrier to entry, and are somewhat pointless for web apps where anyone can view source and grab a key
SharePoint is gainig ground as the primary collaborative platform in the Bureau. For any collaborative team (Teamsites in SharePoint) a SharePoint Calendar is available but either not used or out of sync, or manually replicated with Notes Calendar. Can we live without a real integration to Notes Calendar for long?
This is a request to add access to the Census 2010 SF1 113th Congressional District data scheduled for release on 4/11/13. Also repeating the request to add school district level access for existing Census 2010 SF1 data.