Using software to access and analyze census data
Creating visual tools representing quantitative data in the form of charts or graphs
Using real world data to enhance and support key course concepts
Use different tools to analyze Census Data and how it describes your area
This activity is used in a sociology class for undergraduate students. This activity explores multiple topics describing the area where an individual student resides.
This activity uses American FactFinder, Claritas and Census 2000 data to guide students through different data manipulation tools.