Home > Data Services > Catalog . Restricted Data . Census . ACS

Search Data Services

Meta Search
search across all the following databases:

Data Catalog
Data and documentation

KnowledgeBase
Common questions and answers.

Resources
Entire collection of data resources.


Latest Data News

RSS Feed icon

Census is in trouble: decennial and economic

Opoid Use and Labor Force Participation

The Future of Free Public Access to Government Information

The Promise of Evidence-Based Policymaking

News: Certificate of Confidentiality

Logo showing  housing and transportation

The Housing & Transportation H+T Affordability Index

A cheap home isn't affordable if it comes with high transportation costs

This index provides a comprehensive way of thinking about the true affordability of place. The H+T Index offers an expanded view of affordability, one that combines housing and transportation costs and sets the benchmark at no more than 45% of household income. It presents housing and transportation data as maps, charts and statistics for 917 metro and micro areas. Costs can be seen from regional to neighborhood level.

Data Services (DS)

We help researchers at the Population Studies Center acquire, verify, maintain, improve, distribute, and preserve data.

  • DS maintains a data catalog of data files and documentation for research in population studies.
  • DS responds to common questions on using and manipulating data.
  • DS assists PSC researchers seeking to use restricted data.
  • DS provides a collection of resources that includes external datasets, data tools, and instructional materials.
  • DS offers suppport for researchers using Census and ACS data.
  • DS helps researchers with geographic resources for various datasets.

Restricted Data

Data Services helps researchers access, acquire, and use contractual data in a secure environment.

Census

We provide support for data manipulation, geographic cross-walks, details on census operations and procedures.

ACS

The ACS is the replacement for the census long-form. We can help you move from the census to the ACS.

Geography

Check out our new page on geographic resources!