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[USA] USGS Tiger Census Tracts 2010 with prejoined demographic data

Link to V7 TDE: http://commondatastorage.googleapis.com/usa-tableau-mapping%2FUSGS%20Tiger%20Census%20Tracts%202010.tde

Link to V7 Packaged Workbook: http://commondatastorage.googleapis.com/usa-tableau-mapping%2FUSGS%20Tiger%20Census%20Tracts%202010.twbx

Source: USGS Tiger http://www.census.gov/geo/maps-data/data/tiger-data.html

Author: Allan Walker

USGS Tiger Census Tracts 2010


10 Comments

  1. Hunter says:

    Thanks for these resources. Is there a shorthand file that identifies the Census codes and the corresponding name descriptive field?

  2. Hunter says:

    Thanks for these resources. Do you have a link to a smaller sized summary file that has Census codes and the corresponding field descriptors for those codes?

  3. Allan Walker says:

    There is a MS EXCEL file in each of the ESRI SHP files that acts as a data dictionary https://www.census.gov/geo/maps-data/data/tiger-data.html : download the ZIP for the anaylsis you wish to perform. There is common fields such as GEOID.

  4. Tony says:

    This is great. Thank you. I have a question: if I am trying to map 2010 Census Data in the State of Texas, how do I extract the Geo.id’s for that? Every time I load the file you posted above, it’s too much for my computer to handle. I just need shapes for certain areas in Texas. Do you have a recommendation for accomplishing this?

    Thanks – I appreciate your contributions.

  5. Jacob Rosalez says:

    This is great. The file overwhelms my computer (32-bit) and it has too many rows to put up on Public. I am starting to put together State maps with tracts and counties in Public….. Here’s Alabama, more to come.

    https://public.tableausoftware.com/views/AlabamaCensusTracts/Sheet1?:embed=y&:showTabs=y&:display_count=no

  6. Is there a way to use this on Tableau Public?

  7. nicky.ste@gmail.com says:

    any way that I can just extract data for California. the file is too large for my computer

  8. […] but it’s still easy to plot that data thanks to pre-joined Tableau worksheets provided by tableaumapping.bi. Loading the worksheet from that link shows each tract already mapped and […]

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