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revised What type of data is available at the “census block” level?
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comment Where to get 2010 Census Block data?
This link contains # of houses and Population.
Sep
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comment Where to get 2010 Census Block data?
This is a dead link
Sep
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comment What type of data is available at the “census block” level?
The links to the 'already answered' question are dead or do not contain the information I am looking for. I can and have found population and # of houses at the census block level, but can not find tables that contain any other information at the census block level. I've followed the advice here and at the duplicate question, as well as several other sites similar to this one, to no avail.
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comment What type of data is available at the “census block” level?
No, I must be doing something wrong. I produced a clunky downloadable table no FIPS code.
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comment What type of data is available at the “census block” level?
I used the above method an dI was able to produce a table, but it didn't contain the needed Geoid or 'census block' key to join it to a spatial database.Total: Occupied Vacant Block Group 1, Census Tract 100, Alpine County,California 917 236 681
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asked What type of data is available at the “census block” level?
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comment Where could I download Income data at the Block Group level… census data
The website is down for maintenance, looks like I'll be able to get what I need there, I'll check later... Thanks for the great info!
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asked Where could I download Income data at the Block Group level… census data
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comment Creating a custom Lambert Conformal Conic projection in ArcGIS 10.1 and/or 10.2.2
Thank you for that answer... I wasn't provided false easting/northing, and there isn't an option for it in the custom projection dialogue in ArcGIS 10.1.
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comment Creating a custom Lambert Conformal Conic projection in ArcGIS 10.1 and/or 10.2.2
The locations is in California
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revised Creating a custom Lambert Conformal Conic projection in ArcGIS 10.1 and/or 10.2.2
slightly different coordinate, the location of projection
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asked Creating a custom Lambert Conformal Conic projection in ArcGIS 10.1 and/or 10.2.2
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comment Sum values within one raster (25m) using another raster (1km) ArcGIS Desktop 10.2
Ok, I've tried using both a 1km fishnet and a 1km raster created from the fishnet and using Mean or sum or whatever I used, it essentially does a majority resample (300k unique records). I'm going to try to extract a small enough subset that allows me to build a raster table. (currently can't do it for the 25m layer because the tool results in an error 'only single band rasters can be used'
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comment Sum values within one raster (25m) using another raster (1km) ArcGIS Desktop 10.2
Well, I'd like to see if there is a raster based solution. I'm still working on the union solution.
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comment Sum values within one raster (25m) using another raster (1km) ArcGIS Desktop 10.2
I'll try that... I have a 1km fishnet that I'll union to the population data.