|All the data you need. All in one place. All online. | December 2009|
|PolicyMap Update: December 2009
It’s been a bustling month, with the launch of new ways to connect people with PolicyMap. We offered subscribers the ability to create web widgets for their own sites and released a library site license so that whole university communities can use the PolicyMap platform. You can find the code for a free national unemployment widget on our blog and visit TRF’s website to see some other widgets in action.
|As soon as new data is available, PolicyMap updates it for www.policymap.com and for any widgets subscribers have on their own sites. The most recent updats include:
|In addition to data, TRF creates and makes available its data-based analyses. Two recently updated analyses are:
Read more about these datasets in the coming days on our blog! And follow our blog series on Top-10s. You can create your own with PolicyMap’s ranking feature and find the top-10 for anything you’ve wondered about.
Much more new data and updates coming in January. Look for drive-time statistics, population density, election data and religious affiliation statistics.
|The Widget! PolicyMap can help you power interactive maps on your own websites.
Library Licenses! University libraries can now take advantage of PolicyMap’s new library site license to offer students, staff and faculty unlimited access. Learn more.