Demographic Data for Urban Planners and Researchers
GeoLytics has created the Planners Package with 3 decades of demographic data, making comparing data across time easier than ever before.
The PLANNERS PACKAGE includes the following three datasets:
* Estimates Professional 2007/2012
* 2000 Long Form
* 1990 Long Form in 2000 Boundaries
The Planners Package is ideal for researchers and analysts who want to do time series analysis from 1990 to 2012. For the 1990 Long Form in 2000 Boundaries, we convert the data from the original 1990 boundaries to the 2000 boundaries. The package also includes the 2000 Long Form, which is the most comprehensive set of socio-economic data of its kind. Lastly, it has the most up-to-date demographic data in the Estimates Professional 2007/2012.
We also have the PLANNERS PACKAGE PLUS that includes all of the above data sets, PLUS the Census 1980 in 2000 Boundaries. With this product researchers can analyze demographic trends from 1980 to 2012. All of the data is in the same zip code, tract, block group, and county boundaries.
Like all of our CensusCD products, users can also extract data and geographic boundaries, and use them as input files for other software programs such as SAS, SPSS, Access, Oracle, Excel, and mapping software such as ArcView and MapInfo. The products also have a built-in mapping program so you can make your own thematic maps of the variables. For more information go to:http://geolytics.com/USCensus,Planners-Package,Products.asp
Business Demographics 2007 Version 2.0 with 2007 Estimates and 2012 Projections
Get all the Business and Demographic Data you need for making sound business decisions. With Business Demographics 2007 Version 2.0 you get the most recent business and population data, coupled with easy exports and built-in mapping software for mapping trends and business markets.
The data in Business Demographics 2007 is from the most up-to-date, trusted sources and includes the 2004 Business Census, 2007 Population Estimates, 2012 Population Projections, 2007 & 2012 Consumer Expenditures, and the 2000 Census Population Demographics. Data is available for the nation, state, county, and zip code. It is easily exportable for use in your own spreadsheets, statistical programs, or mapping software. For more information, go to:
The 2004 Business data is the most up-to-date data from the US Department of Commerce’s 2004 County and Zip Code Business Patterns database. Industries include: forestry, fishing, hunting, & agriculture; mining; utilities; construction; manufacturing; wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation & warehousing; information; finance & insurance; real estate, rental, & leasing; professional, scientific, & technical services; management of companies & enterprises; administrative, support, waste management & remediation services; educational services; health care & social assistance; arts, entertainment, & recreation; accommodation & food services; and much more.
The 2007 Estimates and 2012 Projections are the most current demographic data available. It includes variables such as age, race, sex, household type and size, income, housing information and more. The 2007 & 2012 Consumer Expenditures gives you household spending patterns based on the Consumer Expenditure Survey.
The 2000 Census dataset is from the US Census Bureau 2000 Long Form (SF3) and includes information on age, sex, race, marital status, households, language, citizenship status, transportation, school enrollment, education, employment, occupation, industry, disabilities, poverty status, income, housing, rent, mortgage status, and much more. If you want to know the details about the American population, there is no better source the Census 2000 Long Form, the most comprehensive dataset of its kind in the US.
Like all of GeoLytics software product, the Business Demographics 2007 has built in mapping for creating thematic maps of your data. It also allows you to export your data effortlessly to other software programs as either a .csv file, .dbf file, as well as geographic boundary files for importing into you GIS software programs.
Estimates 2001 through 2006, plus 2011 Projections, in a Reasonably-Priced Package
Get 6 years of estimates data plus projections with the Annual Estimates Professional 2001-2005 and the Estimates Professional 2006/2011 in this package deal. This two DVD package has estimates for the years since the 2000 census and prior to the most recent current year estimates - 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006, as well as projections for 2011.
If you need to track annual population and demographic trends for the years following the most recent census, then you need this two product package. It comes with GeoLytics' full inventory of population and income estimates, including variables such as age by sex by race, housing data, households, consumer expenditures, and profiles.
If you need less data, then you may want the standard Annual Estimates 2001-2005 and the standard Estimates 2006 and Projections 2011 package. This package has fewer variables than the professional package and is priced accordingly. For more information on both packages, go to: http://geolytics.com/USCensus,Annual-Estimates-2001-2005,Products.asp
We also have the latest 2007 Estimates and 2011 Projections available if you want the most up-to-date and accurate demographics. These demographic data are expanded in our Estimates Professional 2007/2012, which also adds the latest consumer expenditures and profiles. For more information go to:http://geolytics.com/USCensus,Estimates-Professional,Products.asp
All of these estimates and projections products have the same geographies: states, counties, tracts, block groups, zip codes, and radius. Each product has GeoLytics' built-in map viewer that lets you create thematic maps of your variables, as well as quickly and easily export data and geographic boundaries.
GeoLytics is also able to build custom data sets for estimates and projections. Examples of custom work include creating data for boundaries other than our standard ones (state, county, zip, tract, block group), creating new variables, or creating data for different time periods other than 2007/2012, such as projecting out other
years like 2008, 2009, 2010 or further. Call us at 1-800-577-6717 to discuss the details for your specific project.
Newly Released 2007 Block Level Estimates
If you need up-to-date information at the smallest level of census geography, GeoLytics offers a new expanded list of U.S. population, household, and housing estimates at the Block Level. There are over 8 million blocks in the U.S. and we offer a large compilation of current year estimates at this very small level of geography. Use these granular data to do statistical analysis of population and housing distributions and target small geographical areas.
Our expanded variable list includes sex by age by race for the most precise population estimates available. We also have occupancy, owner vs. renter, households, families, and much more. To view the complete list of variables, go to: http://www.geolytics.com/USCensus,Block-Estimates,Data,Variables,Products.asp
GeoLytics’ 2007 Block Estimates come as a flat .csv file for easy import into your spreadsheet or statistical software packages. It is available at county level increments, so pricing depends on the number of counties or states that you want. Each county is a separate file, so if you wish to purchase all the counties
in the nation you receive 3,141 files for each of the counties. For more information, go to: http://www.geolytics.com/USCensus,Block-Estimates,Data,Features,Products.asp
We also have 2007 Estimates and 2012 Projections at the block group, tract, zip code, county, and state levels as complete products with mapping and exporting capabilities. For more information about all of our estimates and projections, go to: http://geolytics.com/USCensus,Estimate-Projections,Categories.asp