Ever wonder how census tracts are drawn? We’ll talk to bona fide cartographers from the U.S. Census Bureau and the National Center for Education Statistics who will tell us about the process of developing map boundaries.
PolicyMap now lets users download CSV files of data for any area of the country. Here’s how to use this new feature, and what you can do with it.
ACA health exchanges and the individual mandate went into effect in 2014. With 2014 tax data, we can see where people received subsidies and penalties.
PolicyMap keeps abreast of the latest in public data and contributes to the conversation about the use of data in journalism.
Deficient bridges data recently added to PolicyMap allows you to investigate the impacts of America’s infrastructure crisis in your own community.
It’s Opioid Awareness Week. Learn how to use PolicyMap to explore data related to substance abuse and the opioid epidemic.
Recent housekeeping on the Housing menu in PolicyMap includes reorganization and adding new datasets.
Broadband internet access data on PolicyMap is updated to 2015, and now comes from a new source: the FCC. It’s a bit different from our old broadband data.
The flow of people between places has wide-reaching implications. We share some insights from the IRS and ACS migration data available in PolicyMap.