Monthly Archives: May 2013

How Can Developers Use American Community Survey Statistics to Answer Real-World Questions?

Written by: Logan Powell Last summer, the Census Bureau launched its first application programming interface (API), giving developers access to a variety of data sets, including the American Community Survey five-year estimates. These estimates provide statistics for every neighborhood in … Continue reading

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Differences in Statistics about Births to Unmarried Women

Written by: Rose M. Kreider Today, the U.S. Census Bureau released a new report from the American Community Survey (ACS) looking at women aged 15 to 50 who gave birth in the last year and were unmarried at the time … Continue reading

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