Virtual

Monday, September 13, 2021 2:00 PM ~ 3:00 PM ET

In this webcast, the Census Bureau’s subject matter experts will provide practical ways to use the Census' unique, hidden gems data to visualize race and Hispanic origin data, comparing the 2010 and 2020 Census data.

Another data gems webcast discusses ethnic diversity data.

 

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Race and Hispanic Origin

Did you know that the multi-racial population in the United States has increased by 275.7% since the 2010 Census?

Are you looking for data about race, ethnic diversity and Hispanic Origin for 2010 and 2020?

The data gems sessions will teach you how to use an interactive data visualization to identify trends for the nation, state, and county.

Race and Ethnic Diversity

Do you know how diverse your state is?

The Census Bureau uses a diversity index to measure the probability that two people chosen at random in a given area will be from different race and ethnic groups.

Learn how to access race and ethnic diversity data in 2010 and 2020 using an interactive data visualization. This data visualization offers a unique way to identify trends for your state and county.

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Data Gems

Data gems are a Census Academy series of "how-to" videos available for data users who are looking for an easy and quick way to enhance their knowledge of Census data.

They will introduce you to various concepts and techniques to improve your ability to navigate the Census website and use Census data-access tools.

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