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MABLE/Geocorr 2012
RxA Cure for the Common Codes

  SF3 Profiles (2000)
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Guide to 2010 Census State and Local Geography - Missouri (see below - 2010 Guide... for link that lest you access a comparable page for any state.)

A Cure for the Common Codes provides convenient and definitive tables of commonly used geographic codes (mostly FIPS) organized by state for the U.S. We also have 2009 and 2003 versions.

MABLE/Geocorr - one of the MCDC's oldest and most frequently accessed web applications. Lets you generate geographic correspondence files showing how geographic areas overlap (e.g. how ZIP codes relate with counties and/or school districts.) This post-2010-census version ("geocorr12") has the current geography. We also maintain two earlier versions of the application: geocorr2k has post-2000-census geography, while geocorr90 is still useful for researchers wanting to look at the geography of the 1990's.

Geographic Reference Reports from the Missouri Census Data Center. This is where you'll find the PUMA reference reports and lots of other excellent stuff.

PUMAs (Public Use Microdata Areas). Excellent overview with links to just about anything you'll need to know about these increasingly important geographic entities.

All About Census Geography and Summary Levels . Good overview of Census Geography with special emphasis on summary levels and SumLev codes as used on census summary files.

The ZIP Code Resources Page (aka "All About ZIP Codes") - Provides general information and links to tools and resources related to U.S. ZIP Codes / ZCTAs.

The websas/display_zctamaster web application lets you display the zcta_master data for a specified ZIP/ZCTA code. Just type in a ZIP code and hit Enter to get a report telling you the state(s), county(s), place(s), PUMA(s), metro area, congressional district, etc. You will also see about 25 key indicators for the ZIP (ZCTA) based on the latest (2008-2012 as this is written) ACS data. If you enter a ZIP code that is not a ZCTA the application will attempt to look up your ZIP code in a table to get the ZCTA equivaleny, and will then display data for that ZCTA. .

Generate a ZIP Code Directory - Pick a state and get a directory showing all ZIP codes, not just the standard kind corresponding to ZCTAs.

Circular Area Profiles (CAPS) Dynamic n-mile radius reports based on popular demographic data for any location in US.

Google geomap. This handy tool from the folks at Google allows you to enter an address anywhere in the U.S. and have it mapped for you and provide the latitude-longitude coordinates of the address. (Referenced by our CAPS applications).

Online address geocoders are discussed and linked to as part of the Usage Notes page that comes with the CAPS application.

Other MCDC Maps/Mapping/Geography-Related Applications/Sites

  • Missouri Spatial Data Information Service [MSDIS]
  • MCDC Internet Map Server ("Enter the Mapper" - MSDIS dynamic mapping applicaiton.
  • Census 2000 Maps [Missouri County Base Maps]
  • MAGGOT File - 2007 - a revised version of the old 1990-s vintage MAGGOT file. This is an auxiliary help file that is linked to from our MABLE/Geocorr2k web application (see above). It provides background information on a wide array of geographic coverages - namely, those used in the MABLE database. "MAGGOT" is an acronym for Master Area Geographic Glossary of Terms. (A 2012 update has been on our to-do list for at least 2 years.)
  • Census Tract 2010 Maps - Missouri County Base Maps [115 pdf files]
  • Quick reference census tract maps for Missouri counties. Nathan Mattox's legacy to the MCDC. This is a map-based link. (2000 census tracts).
  • Missouri Geographic Areas Linked to PB Map Series 
  • Census Maps Using 1990 and 2000 Data [Missouri Legislative Districts]
  • MERIC Census 2000 Map Gallery
  • St. Charles Library city-County Library District Geography Information
  • Metropolitan/Micropolitan, Urban/Rural, and Public Use Microdata areas

  • Ten Things to Know About Urban vs. Rural.
  • PUMAs (Public Use Microdata Areas). A good overview with links to just about anything you'll need to know about these increasingly important geographic entities.
  • Current Census Bureau Definitions of Metropolitan & Micropolitan Statistical Areas
  • Metropolitan, Urban/Rural and PUMA Areas: An introduction to the concepts with links to details.
  • Missouri base map: Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas (aka "CBSA's"). The map is as of Nov 2004 but nothing has changed in Missouri between then and now (Feb. 2008). To see comparable maps for all states see this index page at the Bureau site.
  • Missouri Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas (Core based). [Report showing what counties comprise each area with most recent population estimates.] This report gets regenerated whenever there is a change in the definitions (at least that is our intent). Last updated spring, 2013.

    Census Bureau

  • Geography Main Page
  • American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Codes
  • 2010 Guide to State and Local Census Geography
  • Census 2000 Geographic Glossary and Changes
  • American Community Survey Geography page showing which geographic levels are getting 1-year, 3-year and 5-year estimates (for latest vintage data).
  • Maps and Cartographic Products
  • Census Bureau Map Products - this page is more current than the previous link. Use this link to get to reference (i.e. base) maps for entities such as metro areas (CBSAs), PUMAs, UAs, census tracts, etc.
  • Geographic Change Notes for any state in the U.S.
  • U.S. Gazetteer: 1990, 2000 and 2010
  • This file last modified Tuesday August 12, 2014, 08:28:24

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