"Taming the Census TIGER: How to Download TIGER Files Using American FactFinder and other Census Data Tools”
May 15th 9:30 am- 11:30 am
Leiopapa A Kamehameha State Office Tower room 204
235 S Beretania St, Honolulu, HI 96813
Come join us to hear from Eric Coyle of the US Census Bureau. Eric will be passing along insider tips and tricks for access and using census data.
Your Neighborhood by the Numbers: Advanced American FactFinder (Tracts, Block Groups, and Blocks)
This workshop is designed for data users seeking to capture the key demographic, social, economic and housing indicators that define their Community and Neighborhoods. Specific topics include; accessing data for small area geographies, data variables used in community analysis and using American FactFinder to navigate Census products. Attendees will go online to obtain age, income, poverty, race, ethnicity, and other measures to create community profiles, tables and maps. Attendees will also learn how to download shapefiles and access Census API for use with GIS.
Eric Coyle serves as the Data Dissemination Specialist for the U.S. Census Bureau. He is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with stakeholders in the western region of the United States through the dissemination of Census data and information. Mr. Coyle’s primary responsibilities are to plan, coordinate, and implement data dissemination, and outreach. He conducts data access workshops and presentations every month to a variety of organizations, local governments, businesses, media, universities, etc.