Did you know the custom region feature for subscribers gives users the ability to draw right on top of the map to create their own target areas?
For a geography to be included in the aggregation of a report or table, at least 50% of a geography must be contained by a custom region.
Users can display locations for a variety of datasets including schools, libraries, grocery locations, hospitals, health care locations, and much more.
The Tables feature allows you to view data as a bar graph or chart, that can then compare data across multiple geographies; unlike the Maps feature which demonstrates a visual comparison of data across neighboring communities and borders. Parts of this feature are only available to subscribers and trial users. Users have two ways to […]
As the Tables tutorial stated, the See Values feature gives users the ability to download all the values of data for all the geographies that make up an area. For instance, you can see all the values of each county in a state, zip codes in a city, census tracts in a county, etc. In […]