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Enter part of a feature name: (e.g. "Sacramento" for school districts, "10501" for census tract, or "13th" for any of the political districts). If more than one result is found, click on the correct geography. When complete, use the Actions below to analyze the selected area.

Please note that if your selected geography is anything other than Counties or Census Tracts, the selected area (outlined in black) might not align exactly with your selected geography (outlined in blue).

 

Actions:

ROI - Compared to state average



Optional Report Title:

Download data descriptions

ROI - Compared to selected geography



Click one of the buttons below to draw a shape of that type on the left most map. The selected census tracts are the tracts that intersect or are included within the area of the selected geography. When complete, use the Actions below to analyze the selected area.

Currently, the maximum number of selected tracts is limited to 3,000 (California has just over 8,000 tracts). If you use the "Place" tool above you will not exceed this limit, but if you select a large area with the "Draw" tool be aware that you might select more tracts than will be reported.


Actions:

ROI - Compared to state average



Optional Report Title:

Download data descriptions

ROI - Compared to selected geography



Enter an Address to zoom to a location:
(eg. "1 Shields Avenue, Davis" or "95616" or "Orange County, CA")

 

Enter part of a feature name:
(e.g. "Sacramento" for school districts, "06113010501" or "10501" for census tract, or "13th" for any of the political districts)

 

Choose a layer to display in

Type a search term in the box below to search for layers, or click the +/- buttons below to browse the full collection of available layers. Click on a layer name to load it on this map.



Additional Map Legend Notes:

* = Asterisks indicate estimates that have a high degree of uncertainty.
= Indicates that this bar is longer than the chart accommodates.
= Values were not calculated if data are missing or unreliable, or in tracts with fewer than 100 people or more than 25% prison population.

Additional Map Legend Notes:

* = Asterisks indicate estimates that have a high degree of uncertainty.
= Indicates that this bar is longer than the chart accommodates.
= Values were not calculated if data are missing or unreliable, or in tracts with fewer than 100 people or more than 25% prison population.

Additional Map Legend Notes:

* = Asterisks indicate estimates that have a high degree of uncertainty.
= Indicates that this bar is longer than the chart accommodates.
= Values were not calculated if data are missing or unreliable, or in tracts with fewer than 100 people or more than 25% prison population.

Use this tool to compare across indicators and census tracts. Only tract-level data will be included in this report. Clicking on additional tracts will add their indicator data to each of the three tables below. Clicking the "Clear" button, or changing the display layer in any of the three maps, will clear the results and allow you to start over. Clicking the "CSV" button will allow these results to be saved in a tabular format, with the three indicators as columns and the tracts as rows. These on-screen table results are formatted as Tract: Value.

Mapped Indicators All Indicators (uses the Year in the left-most map)  

(To open, rename the "download" file to something meaningful and add a ".csv" at the end)

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Sharing options: First, choose whether to share a link to this website with your current map settings, or to share a "map printout" image for this single map. Then, choose how to share by clicking one of the four icons below.

Full Site Map Print

Printing options: Choose whether to create the map layout as an JPG image or a PDF, then pick your desired format by clicking the dropdown arrow. The box below will turn into a hyperlink to the generated PDF or JPG.

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Use the button to search for a location of interest.

Use the or buttons to zoom in or out.

Click on the "Layer" button to explore different indicators.