Search Results for Category: Big-data and Tag: Census

Labor Force Statistics

At first glance, the variety of census datasets appear to cover many of the same topics, but each one employs a different methodology and focuses on a specific set of labor force variables at varying levels of geographic detail. In this post, we’ll summarize several of these additional sources so you can determine which ones meet your needs.

Categories: Other

Tags: Census, geography, Labor, labor force, Statistics

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What is US Census Data?

When most Americans think of the census, they think of the 10-year or decennial census that is used to gather basic data about the total population. The decennial census is an actual count of people and housing units, and it serves as the baseline for measuring and generating other census data-sets…

Categories: Big Data, Quantitative

Tags: American Community Survey, Census, census data, geography, Surveys

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Census Bureau Seeks Feedback on Privacy System

The digital age demands constant vigilance to combat threats that come along with technological advancements, and in that vein the U.S. Census Bureau is implementing a new disclosure avoidance system for data stewardship. Statistical safeguards — referred by the Census Bureau as “disclosure avoidance” — aim to prevent tracing personal information to a specific individual. […]

Categories: Big Data, Opportunities

Tags: Census, census data, Differential Privacy

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The Different Angles of Gerrymandering

Collecting, analyzing, and reporting with data can be daunting. The person that SAGE Publishing — the parent of MethodSpace — turns to when it has questions is Diana Aleman – editor extraordinaire for SAGE Stats and U.S. Political Stats. And now she is bringing her trials, tribulations, and expertise with data to you in a […]

Categories: MentorSpace, Quantitative, Tools and Resources

Tags: Census, Gerrymandering, Tips, Tips With Diana

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