This section illustrates the DDA Viewer to examine neighborhood demographics in the Sand Springs, OK area.
See related section in Applications Gallery -- http://proximityone.com/gallery/guide/oklahoma.htm.
Developing insights ... examining demographic patterns and change by neighborhood.
... see how demographics of a multi-tract study area (as an example) changed between 2008 and 2010.
... examine "richer demographics" based on the ACS 2010 data not available from Census 2010.
... examine/compare/contrast attributes of individual tracts.
... examine demographics for total area and how the population is changing.
The CommunityViewer (CV) GIS software (http://proximityone.com/cv.htm) site analysis tool is used to select geography for analysis in the DDA Viewer. Census tracts are used in this application.
The geographic area codes are saved to a file that is then processed by DDA Viewer.
Using CommunityViewer GIS
A CV GIS project is opened. The following project view shows a zoom-in view to census tracts that intersect with Sand Springs School District (cross-hatched). A few partial intersecting tracts are omitted. Census 2010 census tracts are shown with green boundaries and tract code labels.
DDA Viewer is started. The tract selections file generated using CommunityViewer is used to generate the demographic profiles.
Six Demographic Profiles
HTML files created for the tracts (profiles for individual tracts and summary for all tracts):
ACS 2010 & Census 2010 integrated items:
Summary/custom profile -- http://proximityone.com/dda/v40143002900c.htm
ACS 2010 Only
General Demographics - DP1 - http://proximityone.com/dda/v401430029001.htm
Social Characteristics - DP2 - http://proximityone.com/dda/v401430029002.htm
Economic Characteristics - DP3 - http://proximityone.com/dda/v401430029003.htm
Housing Characteristics - DP4 - http://proximityone.com/dda/v401430029004.htm
Census 2010 Only
Census 2010 General Demographics - http://proximityone.com/dda/v40143002900c.htm
See additional information about the content and use of these profiles and about census tracts.