Selected CVXE GIS project/applications in Pennsylvania.

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This section is focused on integrating Census 2010 TIGER Shapefiles with Census 2010, ACS and related data.


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Pennsylvania regional section:
Pennsylvania school district profiles:


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Pennsylvania school district demographics:
Pennsylvania census tract demographics:
Census 2010 demographics:

 (all US geography: state, congressional district, county, school district, city/place, metro)


Situation & Outlook Narrative Demographic-Economic Profiles (updated monthly)


Situation & Outlook Interactive Comparative Analysis Profiles



Pittsburgh City & School District in context of Pittsburgh, PA Metro


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Metropolitan Area Guide:
MetroView: demographic-economic profiles & patterns --


Pittsburgh Area School Project Illustration Application

The CVXE GIS project is developed.


Pennsylvania showing metros (MSAs), counties (bold gray boundary), school districts (red), K-12 public schools (red markers),

K-12 private schools (blue markers), colleges (green markers) and Interstate highways.  Next view shows zoom-in to Pittsburgh MSA.


Pittsburgh city (orange) shown in context of metro, school districts,

counties (gray boundary) and public K-12 schools (red markers).  Next view shows zoom-in to Pittsburgh city.


Pittsburgh city (orange) in context of broader area.  K-12 schools shown as red markers.  Next view shows zoom-in to pointer location.


Next graphic illustrates use of CVXE Site Analysis tool.  Two schools are selected using the "pick by circle" tool.  The cumulative profile is shown in right grid (students by grade and race/ethnicity) -- sum of both schools.  School names listed in lower listbox (this example has only two, it could be 50-60 or more).


Further zoom-in illustrates use of identify tool to click on Linden school and show mini-profile.


Next view illustrates use of identify tool to click on street segment (intersection to intersection segment) where Linden school located.  Mini-profile shows attributes of the selected street segment.  Left-side, right-side low and high address range and other fields for use in location-based/routing operations.


Next view shows zoom-out; illustrates adding thematic pattern of median household income by census tract.  Color legend shown in left panel.  Tracts shown with bold black boundary.  Pointer near tract label for study tract (42-003-140400). Identify tool used to click on study tract.  Mini profile shows tract attributes including median household income, median family income and per capita income.  Thousands of demographics are available.  The MHI for this tract is $127,361.


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