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Data-PlanetRepository of standardized and structured statistical data
Trinity subscribes to the Basic module, EASI Market Planner, and the China Data Center (Subnational Data).
ICPSRThe world's largest collection of digital social science data. These data can be used for secondary research, instructional activities, and to write articles, papers or theses. Must register to download data.
Social ExplorerAn online resource for demographic idata on the United States. Information can be generated in either reports or maps. Coverage begins with the 1790 Census and continues through the recent American Community Surveys. NOTE: create an individual account in order to use all the database features.
Included are a variety of Connecticut GIS datasets from the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, MAGIC, US Census, Trinity College, and other sources. All data are available as shapefiles in Connecticut NAD83 feet, NAD83 meters, and WGS84, KML (for Google Earth), and a map preview option that utilizes Google Maps. Metadata, data in spreadsheet format, and links to the data source are also provided.
Connecticut Town Profiles is a compilation of current statistics describing the State of Connecticut's 169 towns. The most recent town-level statistics available are presented by the subject areas of Demographics, Economics, Education, Housing, Labor Force, Government, and Quality of Life.
The Office of Vital Records at the Connecticut Department of Public Health maintains a statewide registry of births, marriages, civil unions, deaths and fetal deaths which have occurred in CT or to CT residents. Vital Records databases are analyzed annually to create statistical reports, known as Registration Reports, for births, deaths, fetal deaths, and marriages.
The site features data in eight categories: Business, Government, Education, Public Safety, Transportation, Health, Environment, Housing and Development. The data is collected by executive branch agencies
An interactive, web-based resource that allows access to a wide range of accurate and relevant data on the Greater New Haven region in a user-friendly, region-specific, one-stop data web site. The site contains thousands of community indicators that can be accessed, analyzed and downloaded, as well as a central place to access community planning documents and reports.
*** Of particular interest are the Hartford neighborhood profiles, which include data related to income, immigration, and race.
*** Also, check out the data from the 500 Cities Project of the CDC, CDC Foundation, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The project makes available estimates of a variety of measures of public health at the census tract-level, allowing cities to better understand health issues locally.