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Datasets are often difficult to track down. In many cases, they're available in limited formats from the agency or entity responsible for collecting the data. In other cases, they may be available from an aggregator that brings together many datasets. Data-Planet (listed below) is a great first place to look, as it combines datasets from many providers, but it keeps a consistent format and set of tools. It also includes the ability to create a DOI for your view of the dataset as well as an example citation, making it easy to cite and share.
A statistical data repository contains more than 35 billion data points from 70+ source organizations. Census results, business data, health metrics, political science data and more are included in over 4.9 billion datasets presented in charts, maps, graphs, and table form, via multiple points of entry.
Web-based Geographic Information System covering the United States used to understand communities. With easy-to-use menus, PolicyMap is a â€œGIS tool for non-GIS expertsâ€ for those who need to visualize large amounts of data quickly and easily, often down to the census tract or block group level.
Presents population, housing, economic, and geographic data from the United States Census Bureau. Data sets section offers tables for the Decennial Census, American Community Survey, Economic Census, and Population Estimates. (Formerly known as American Factfinder)