Architecture 110: Social and Cultural Factors in Environmental Design: Finding Statistics & Data
A strategic bibliographic guide for UC Berkeley students (in particular, students in Architecture 110/210 and Landscape Architecture 140) researching social, cultural, and psychological factors in environmental design.
Data from the US Decennial Census, the American Community Survey, the Economic Census, and more. (American Fact Finder)
"Searchable database used to find online source for accessing population, housing, economic and geographic data from the from the U.S. Census, including the Census of Population and Housing and the American Community Survey. After the 2000 census, the detailed census ""long form"" was replaced by the American Community Survey, a sample distributed to about 3% of households annually, as compared to the decennial census long form which went to 1 in 6 households every 10 years. The current version of American Factfinder contains 2010 and 2000 census data only. Historical versions of the census in PDF may be found on the Historical Census of Population and Housing site
. Selected historical tables and maps are also available from the Historical Census Browser at the University of Virginia. Current and historical census and mapping data is also available in an easy-to-use format via the commercial database Social Explorer
(HUD User) For individual metropolitan areas, central cities, and suburbs, presents business, crime, public finance data and more, as well as demographic and economic data from the 1970-2000 U.S. censuses (when available).