This was just one of many resources that I learned about during last night's Chicago City Data User Group (#CCDUG) meeting at the Microsoft headquarters in Chicago.
Other resources were shared by participants in the MeetUP, using the #CCDUG hashtag. Browse this thread and you can find more links.
#dataviz mapping tool @uscensusbureau: https://t.co/w6Qx0e54rG Also APIs https://t.co/njzv88Zkbe and a @tableaupublic integration. #ccdug— Stephen Rynkiewicz (@rynk) June 8, 2017
I posted to Twitter my own long-term vision of sharing map-based data with this type of sophistication.
A couple of other links that were shared are:I have dreamed of having this level of GIS data analysis capacity since 1993. #ccdug. Best I got was maps at https://t.co/ZCsCBiNYxe pic.twitter.com/P6iRgQ4ON5— Daniel Bassill (@tutormentorteam) June 8, 2017
The Space Informatics Lab (SIL) at the University of Cincinnati - click here
Census Explorer - click here
Census Business Builder - Regional Analysis Version - click here
Census Business Builder - Small Business Addition - click here
Below is a pdf created in 2009 to show how to use the Tutor/Mentor Program Locator to create map stories. The program locator is now out of date and needs updating. Imagine what I could do if I had the talent and resources to apply some of the mapping tools shown above to the work I've been trying to do since 1993.
How to Use Chicago Tutor/Mentor Program Locator to Make Your own Maps by Daniel F. Bassill on Scribd
If you can imagine this, and you understand the need and opportunity, and you have either the talent or the dollars, why don't you reach out and offer your help? This can apply to any city in the world, so you can be located in any city and work with me via Skype or other on-line tools. Let's connect.