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Pop Trend Reports
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MABLE/Geocorr 2012
RxA Cure for the Common Codes

  SF3 Profiles (2000)
SF3 Trend Reports

Site Map
Major update, Aug. 2013

Note: Most section headers on this page are also links to major topic pages.
Many of these links also occur in the Navy Blue Navigation and Quick Links Boxes on this and many other MCDC pages.

Home Page

  • Home page content has varying featured content "down the middle" but the most important stuff is in the two navigation boxes appearing at the upper left (referred to as the "Navy Blue Navigation Box") and the upper right - "Quick Links".
  • About the Missouri Census Data Center . Includes instructions for subscribing to the MCDC listserv .
American Community Survey Population Estimates & Projections Geography

(When we say "geography" we are talking mostly about Census geography).

MCDC/OSEDA Public Data Archive
  • Overview of the Uexplore/Dexter software system.
  • Uexplore/Dexter Tutorials. Includes links to two Dexter Quick Start Guides, one html-based and the other video-based (new, 2013). Note that there are links to these modules at the top of the Dexter query forms.
  • xsamples: annotated examples of using the Dexter software to run extractions (queries) against the data archive. Seemed like a good idea at the time.

CAPS Reports: Data Aggregated to Circular Areas

These three dynamic web applications allow the user to speficy a point location and a radius or set of radii. The applications select small-area data with centroids falling within the specified circular areas and aggregate that data to create summary results.

  • CAPS Version 10C Works with block level data from the 2010 census. (Very basic demographics only, but data are reliable).
  • CAPS - ACS Version. Works with the latest available 5-year period estimates data from the American Community Survey. Rich source of data (income, poverty, education, etc.) but uses tract level data with sometimes signficant sampling area. Minimum radius of 2 miles.
  • Classic CAPS. This is the version that works with the long form data from the 2000 decennial census. The obvious problem is that the data are far from current.


2010 Census 2000 Census 1980 and 1990 Censuses Keeping Up To Date With MCDC Resources
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