Easy-to-use data and mapping tools for students, professors, researchers, and administrators at your college or university
The PolicyMap University License
University licenses make PolicyMap available to everyone in your college or university. We’ve unified the web’s largest place-based data library with simple mapping and reporting tools. Create and share compelling maps, download data, compare data across locations, generate on-the-fly reports, run analytics and upload your own data. Access tens of thousands of indicators from hundreds of authoritative sources. Access can be made available via a required login, IP authentication, or a Single Sign-On Service. Pricing is based on the size of the school.
Get instant access to the web’s largest place-based data library
Explore maps and create custom reports of data related to demographics, real estate, health, jobs, the environment, education and more. All data comes from authoritative public and proprietary sources and is continuously updated.
Simple, secure access through your university library
Universities can make access to PolicyMap available to all library users via login, Single Sign-On, or IP authentication (no login required). Users can create their own individual accounts.
Download data for use in other applications
Download consistently formatted flat file data from PolicyMap’s library of over 37,000 indicators for use in your own statistical, mapping, and data visualization tools.
No specialized training required
Use PolicyMap to bring sophisticated data, mapping and analytics to fields beyond traditional GIS and planning departments. From public health to sociology and law, students can use PolicyMap to create maps, reports, and analyses to enable a deeper understanding of crucial areas in their fields.
All the data you need. All in one place.
All of the information you need about a place is here without having to visit multiple websites or task staff and consultants with collecting and analyzing data. PolicyMap houses tens of thousands of indicators from hundreds of sources including:
Charting Progress: PolicyMap Democratizes Data Analysis
Land Lines, Lincoln Institute for Land Policy
Data Mapping: Who Needs it?
Strategic Library, July 2015
PolicyMap Recommended by Choice Magazine
Choice Magazine, August 2013