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Statistical Sources - Michigan
Statistical Sources - International
The U.S. Census Bureau conducts demographic, economic, and geographic studies of other countries and strengthens statistical development around the world through technical assistance, training, and software products.
Our World in Data
"provides a series of choropleth maps and graphs related to human well-being, including education, violence and rights, ... with links to the original data source and analysis of the relative validity of each data set. The site includes Our Data Grapher, a free tool that allows anyone to upload their own data to make charts."
The United Nations Commodity Trade Statistics Database (UN Comtrade) contains detailed imports and exports statistics reported by statistical authorities of close to 200 countries or areas. It concerns annual trade data from 1962 to the most recent year.
Statistical Sources - United States
Type of data collected and frequency is different for each Census, including Population & Housing Census; Economic Census; Census of Governments; American Community Survey; Demographic & Economic Surveys; and, Economic Indicators.
U.S. Census Bureau
Census Bureau mapping tool that shows the average outcomes in adulthood of people who grew up in each Census tract (small geographic units containing about 4,000 people) and were born between 1978 and 1983. ... while children move to different areas in adulthood, they always map the data by where children grew up, regardless of where they live as adults!
Park Score Index from the Trust for Public Land
Park Score Index, developed "to create parks and protect land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come" relies on a measurements including: access, investment, acreage, and amenities. Highly customizable
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center
The Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center (CRC) is a continuously updated source of COVID-19 data and expert guidance. We aggregate and analyze the best data available on COVID-19—including cases, as well as testing, contact tracing and vaccine efforts—to help the public, policymakers and healthcare professionals worldwide respond to the pandemic.
CDC's COVID-19 (News and Information)
Since launching an agency-wide response to this pandemic on January 21, 2020, CDC has been preparing healthcare workers, learning more about how the disease spreads, and supporting state, local, tribal and territorial governments on the front lines of public health.
Michigan's COVID-19 Information
The State of Michigan is working around the clock compile the most recent information and data about COVID-19 in Michigan.
Business Demographics & Statistics