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The Indiana State Library and the Indiana Geographic Information Council have partnered to bring you the fourth in the series of “Navigating the new American FactFinder” presentations. View the 2013 Updates to American FactFinder webinar from Wednesday, February 20, 2013 here.This is a training session on the steps needed to access data for any geographic area inside and outside Indiana – counties, cities, congressional districts, census tracts, census blocks, and zip codes. We practice a few searches and make time for questions afterward.
The Indiana State Library created a webinar of the March 31, 2010 of America is Changing: Accessing 2010 Census Data (Session II), courtesy of Steve Laue and the U.S. Census Bureau. The session runs 2 hours and 45 minutes. The first hour is an introduction to the Census and American Community Survey. The second half is a hands-on step-by-step view of accessing data via the legacy American Factfinder and the new version of American FactFinder.
Overview of IndianaMap – Indiana’s largest publicly available collection of geographic information system (GIS) data.
Phil Worrall, Executive Director of the Indiana Geographic Information Council, and Katie Springer, Data Center Librarian at the Indiana State Library, go over the history of IndianaMap, review its newest features, and perform practice searches.