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Population by Race and Block, 2010 Census

Posted on Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 02:35 pm ET

Here's a look at population by race for each block in Allegheny County from the 2010 Census. The map below uses a "dot density" technique, which randomly draws a point for each person within the boundary of the block in which they lived last April. The points are color-coded by the race of the person as reported in the 2010 Census. The legend appears beneath the map.

Be sure not to miss yesterday's post on block-level vacancy (below). Check back soon, as we plan to explore more block-level data from the 2010 Census in the coming days.






The +/- controls in the upper-left corner of the map allow you to zoom in and out.

Dragging the map window will allow you to move the view to a different area.

Clicking on the map will provide you with statistics on an individual block.

Note: the map is set to draw the data by race if you're zoomed-in at a neighborhood scale. If you don't see data, just use the + sign to zoom in a bit closer.

Comments

1.  jim reid said...
Please help me configure this map with an overlay of adults currently on probation or parole using PA DOJ data.
jim reid/412-567-1196

Friday, March 18, 2011 04:37:16 pm ET


2.  Pat and Eric said...
The Hilltop Alliance is finding all the 2010 information very helpful and timely. Looking forward to more to come.

Friday, March 25, 2011 05:05:02 pm ET


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