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The Maptitude Mapping software from Caliper Corporation will allow you to select all of the Census Block Groups for an area and see the geographic information as well as the Median Income value for each block group. You would have to purchase the software and the additional block group data. The tools in Maptitude make it easy to visually select the block ...
I suggest NHGIS Data finder. They have ACS 2010-2014 data available and you can download the GIS boundary files as well. Note that you have to register (for free).
There is the TIGER/Line® with Selected Demographic and Economic Data which states "These geodatabases were created using ArcGIS 10.1." I was able to pull income from FactFinder (directed there by US Census) and I produced this "Economic" income result for Chicago through the advanced search: The data can be downloaded after you produce your report.
they have IRIS which a sub division of municipalities INSEE
Load your shapefiles into R as SpatialPolygonsDataFrame objects - lets call them p1 for the year 2000 and p2 for the year 2010. Drop any rows in p1 with fips codes that aren't in p2 - these would be county fips codes that don't exist any more, so their geometry has changed. Also, drop any rows in p2 that don't have a fips code in p1. These are new fips ...
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