Earlier at present I used to be wanting for a dataset that I might use in a brand new knowledge visualization instrument that I’m testing out. That quest took to me the web site of the U.S. Census Bureau. It was there that I went down a rabbit gap of knowledge. Eventually, I stumbled right into a mapping instrument that the U.S. Census Bureau hosts.
At Data.Census.gov you’ll find, learn, and analyze knowledge sets. Beyond which you could filter knowledge sets and even create customized maps of the information sets. I misplaced a minimum of an hour of my day messing about with the mapping instrument.
Watch this short video to see how one can map census knowledge at knowledge.census.gov.
Applications for Education
One of the various ways in which college students might use this mapping instrument is to create comparisons of academic, financial, and demographic knowledge in response to state and or area. Those comparisons might then be the impetus for analysis into what accounts for state or regional variations within the knowledge.