Community Commons offers several indices that provide a community score for a particular topic. An index is based on several indicators put together, and thus allows you to summarize many factors while looking at just a single score.
USDA receives and makes available county-level SNAP data from roughly half of all states. In order to obtain and validate county-level data for the remaining states, each year a team of Census Bureau staff members collaborates with USDA and state government agencies.
Let us show you how to create one handy report with 137 different indicators in just 3 clicks of the mouse.
When school lets out for the summer, it’s a time for celebration and warmer weather. But for some kids, it can also become a season of hunger.
Maps don’t always tell the whole story. In this week’s data viz, team member Jamie Kleinsorge explores physical education requirements and highlights how sometimes, you have to check the source to really understand what the data is telling you.
Prepare to explore even more data…. the Community Commons Team is pleased to announce members can now save an unlimited number of maps and reports to their profile!
Take a listen to a recent podcast and hear Dr. Chris Fulcher and Karen Jagoda talk about using health data to track and map health disparities, underserved areas, and vulnerable populations.
Each month we update our data on unemployment rates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. When you access this data you’ll see it in two places: maps and reports. And within our maps and reports, you’ll see the data presented five different ways.
Learn about the hearts and minds behind Community Commons: Institute for People, Place, and Possibility (IP3)