Using the daily-updated COVID-19 cases on PolicyMap, local officials can target resources in hard-hit counties with vulnerable populations.
Problem solving requires we work together and get a good grasp of the data.
Dig deeper into place-based data and gain insights to help find solutions to the most intractable issues. The new PolicyMap combines our extensive data indicators with a contemporary, state-of- the-art mapping platform and expanded analytics.
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Create maps of your community with our public edition data and mouse over the map to see values.
Create compelling maps of up to five layers with our exclusive data*, export trend charts with key benchmarks, download data, generate on-the-fly reports*, and upload your own data.
Seamlessly transform siloed data into centralized access across your organization via instant maps, trend charts, and summary stats.
Fill your data lake or power your own online applications with our instantly updated API and data feed.
Embed a public-facing interactive mapping tool on your own website with your data and our instantly updated indicators.
Consult with our data analysts to create compelling customized maps with your data and ours that are print-ready and shareable.
What You Can Do with PolicyMap
Make maps with your data and ours.
Visualize the impact of your organization or the needs of your community with our exclusive data.
Upload your own data.
Use our unlimited self-service data loader to overlay your address-level data on top of PolicyMap's.
Download our data.
Use our data in your own research, mapping and presentation tools.
Gain insights with reports.
Instantly run community profiles for your community or a custom area.
Find areas with overlapping criteria.
Analyze your community with multi-layer maps for hot spots, or to identify gaps.
Identifying which students are at higher risk of falling behind and needing support is key to addressing inequality exacerbated by the pandemic.
Tracking the change over time in reported cases in relation to policy changes can help state and local governments make COVID-19 policy decisions.
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