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  • 2010 Census Traffic Analysis Zone (TAZ) State-based

    Traffic analysis zones (TAZs) are basic spatial units of analysis facilitating the ability of transportation planners to forecast changes in commuting patterns, trip volumes, and modes of travel, and to develop plans to meet the changing demands for transportation facilities and capacities. Each TAZ represents an area containing similar kinds of land use and commuter travel.

    — Organization: U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce

  • Census 5-Digit ZIP Code Tabulation Area (ZCTA5) National

    ZIP Code Tabulation Areas (ZCTAs) are approximate area representations of U.S. Postal Service (USPS) ZIP Code service areas that the Census Bureau creates to present statistical data for each decennial census. The Census Bureau delineates ZCTA boundaries for the United States, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands once each decade following the decennial census. Data users should not use ZCTAs to identify the official USPS ZIP Code for mail delivery. The USPS makes periodic changes to ZIP Codes to support more efficient mail delivery. The Census Bureau uses tabulation blocks as the basis for defining each ZCTA. Tabulation blocks are assigned to a ZCTA based on the most frequently occurring ZIP Code for the addresses contained within that block. The most frequently occurring ZIP Code also becomes the five-digit numeric code of the ZCTA. These codes may contain leading zeros. Blocks that do not contain addresses but are surrounded by a single ZCTA (enclaves) are assigned to the surrounding ZCTA. Because the Census Bureau only uses the most frequently occurring ZIP Code to assign blocks, a ZCTA may not exist for every USPS ZIP Code. Some ZIP Codes may not have a matching ZCTA because too few addresses were associated with the specific ZIP Code or the ZIP Code was not the most frequently occurring ZIP Code within any of the blocks where it exists. The ZCTA boundaries in this release are those delineated following the 2010 Census.

    — Organization: U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce

  • SEC data.json

    Open data from SEC

    — Organization: Securities and Exchange Commission

  • EPA ScienceHub

    Office of Research and Development Data Catalog

    — Organization: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

  • Census TIGER 2012 Address Data

    There is no description for this harvest source

    — Organization: U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce

  • Alaska Department of Natural Resources, IRM

    There is no description for this harvest source

    — Organization: State of Alaska

  • NYC JSON

    There is no description for this harvest source

    — Organization: City of New York

  • Current Block Group State-based

    Block Groups (BGs) are clusters of blocks within the same census tract. Each census tract contains at least one BG, and BGs are uniquely numbered within census tracts. BGs have a valid code range of 0 through 9. BGs have the same first digit of their 4-digit census block number from the same decennial census. For example, tabulation blocks numbered 3001, 3002, 3003,.., 3999 within census tract 1210.02 are also within BG 3 within that census tract. BGs coded 0 are intended to only include water area, no land area, and they are generally in territorial seas, coastal water, and Great Lakes water areas. Block groups generally contain between 600 and 3,000 people. A BG usually covers a contiguous area but never crosses county or census tract boundaries. They may, however, cross the boundaries of other geographic entities like county subdivisions, places, urban areas, voting districts, congressional districts, and American Indian / Alaska Native / Native Hawaiian areas. The BG boundaries in this release are those that were delineated as part of the Census Bureau's Participant Statistical Areas Program (PSAP) for the 2010 Census.

    — Organization: U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce

  • BLS Data

    There is no description for this harvest source

    — Organization: U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics

  • SBA JSON

    SBA Data.json Harvest Source

    — Organization: Small Business Administration

  • IENC Metadata

    There is no description for this harvest source

    — Organization: Army Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army, Department of Defense

  • WPRDC data.json

    The Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center provides a shared technological and legal infrastructure to support research, analysis, decision making, and community engagement. It was created in 2015 and is managed by the University of Pittsburgh Center for Urban and Social Research, in partnership with Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh. The Data Center would not be possible without the trust of our partners and support from the Richard King Mellon Foundation and the University of Pittsburgh.

    — Organization: Allegheny County / City of Pittsburgh / Western PA Regional Data Center

  • Coastal Data Information Program

    There is no description for this harvest source

    — Organization: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego

  • Current Combined Statistical Area (CSA) National

    Combined Statistical Areas (CSAs) are defined by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and consist of two or more adjacent Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs) that have significant employment interchanges. The CBSAs that combine to create a CSA retain separate identities within the larger CSA. Because CSAs represent groupings of CBSAs, they should not be ranked or compared with individual CBSAs. The CSA boundaries are those defined by OMB based on the 2010 Census and published in 2013.

    — Organization: U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce

  • GSA JSON

    The General Service Administration's data.json harvest source. This file contains the metadata for the GSA's public data listing shown on data.gov as defined by the Project Open Data schema - http://project-open-data.github.io/schema/

    — Organization: General Services Administration

  • USACE new

    There is no description for this harvest source

    — Organization: Army Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army, Department of Defense

  • USACE - St. Paul MVP

    Metadata repository for the US Army Corps of Engineers - St. Paul District. http://www.mvp.usace.army.mil/

    — Organization: Army Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army, Department of Defense

  • New Mexico Resource Geographic Information System (NM RGIS)

    The New Mexico Resource Geographic Information System is New Mexico's geospatial data clearinghouse. It provides a wide variety of data products and standard services based upon those data for integration into desktop Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and other desktop and web-based geospatial applications. For more information please visit the NM RGIS [website](http://rgis.unm.edu "NM RGIS Web Site Link").

    — Organization: Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico

  • Healthdata.gov

    There is no description for this harvest source

    — Organization: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

  • Chicago JSON

    There is no description for this harvest source

    — Organization: City of Chicago