Working with US Census Data in a GIS – 3/2/2007

Posted March 1st, 2007 by Lisa Sweeney

When: Friday, March 2, 2-4 pm
Where: MIT GIS Lab

The US Census holds an enormous amount of demographic information gathered over a long period of time. New and interesting relationships can often times be observed when looking at census data on a map. Come learn about what’s in the US Census, and the tools available at MIT for mapping it including: Geolytics, Pcensus, and the new Census Tool built into the MIT Geodata Repository for ArcGIS. More information available on the GIS workshops webpage

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