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CensusScope is a product of the Social Science Data Analysis Network.
The Social Science Data
Analysis Network (SSDAN)
is a university-based organization that
creates demographic media, such as user guides, web sites, and hands-on
classroom computer materials that make U.S. census data
accessible to educators, policymakers, and citizens. SSDAN is
directed by demographer William
and utilizes facilities at the Population Studies Center,
University of Michigan. SSDAN activities have been supported by the
National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education, the Fund
for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education (FIPSE), the National
Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), the Alfred P.
Sloan Foundation, Public Data Queries, Inc., and the U.S. Census
About the Site
CensusScope was designed, developed, and programmed by
associates of SSDAN. Since the site was launched in 2001, it has received numerous awards and
reviews. In the summer of 2002, CensusScope was selected as a "Yahoo! Picks" site of the day, a USA Today "Hot Site", and was featured on National Public Radio. Read more on what people are saying
CensusScope's architecture allows for some rather unconventional "site maps": these are the states,
and metro areas
most popular with CensusScope users.