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.census.gov is the official repository for U.S. Census data on population and housing. This site replaces American FactFinder at the end of March 2020. See more link for additional information.
"Data.census.gov contains U.S. Census information such as the American Community Survey going back to 2011 and will house the 2020 Decennial Census data. Click on "advanced search" to search by table number, browse by filters, search by keyword, or scroll down the page to view additional access points. Users can download tables into excel or other formats. The site also provides access to census microdata, APIs, etc.
This site is still being developed. Users experiencing problems or site malfunctions should report these issues directly via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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).