Tool that helps students and researchers discover and understand research findings more efficiently through Smart Citations, which show how frequently an article has been cited and whether those citations support or contrast the work.
Visually analyze demographics of the United States through the use of interactive maps and reports from 1790 to the present. Sources include the U.S. Census, the FBI Uniform Crime Report, American election results, and County Health Rankings.
Vendor: Social Explorer Coverage: 1790 - present Full Text: Complete
Good to Know
Create a free account if you wish to save projects, reports, and variables for future reference.
Data can be visualized in three ways: shaded areas, bubble maps or dot density.
The Teach and Learn features can be used by faculty to enhance class lectures and instruction.
To use the Explore Maps feature:
Click Explore for the subject area of interest
Once the map displays, click Change data to select topics/categories, years, etc.
Click by State to select the geography level of interest: State, County, or Tracts
Click Shaded Area to select the visualization type: Shaded Area, Bubbles, or Dot Density
Share or Export your map or data using the icons on the upper right side.
Click Tables or Create report to create a report with tables of data based on the many demographic surveys and years covered in Social Explorer.
Click Demographic Profiles on the dashboard to search for demographic information on specific states, counties, cities/towns, and zip codes.