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View Census Academy resources about Data Tools including Data Gems, courses, and webinars.
What Is a Small Business?
This webinar covers the business size data available from the recently-released Economic Census (as well as other Census programs).
2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-year Pre-Release Webinar
Learn more about the latest American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year data release.
Mastering Complex Geographies on data.census.gov
In this training, we show you how to select geographic components like urban and rural, find which geographies are compatible with a dataset, and more.
An Overview of Recently-Released NAPCS Data From the Economic Census
This webinar provides an overview of the recently-released North American Product Classification System (NAPCS) data from the 2017 Economic Census.
data.census.gov News and Updates: November 2020
Get the latest information on the most recent updates made to the U.S. Census Bureau's new data platform, data.census.gov.
2019 ACS 1-Year Pre-Release Webinar
This webinar will cover background information about the ACS, updates for this release, and where to find new data release information on the ACS website.
data.census.gov Today: A Comprehensive Overview
Learn how to search for and download data, use the map feature, and customize table views on data.census.gov.
Data for the Mining, Construction, and Manufacturing Sectors
The status of the release of the local area data for the Mining, Construction, and Manufacturing sectors (NAICS sectors 21, 23, and 31-33) will be discussed.
Tips & Tricks to Access Data on Ancestry and Foreign-born Populations
Discover the best way to access demographic, socioeconomic and housing data about foreign-born populations using data.census.gov.
Demystifying the Census API
Join this webinar for an introduction and live demonstration of our application programming interface (API) in action.
Introduction to the Puerto Rico Community Survey (PRCS)
In the Puerto Rico Community Survey (PRCS) webinar participants will be provided an overview of the PRCS.
Using Public Microdata to Create Custom Tables on data.census.gov
In this webinar, you will learn how to create custom tables using public use microdata, customize your view, download the data, and provide your feedback.
In this webinar, you will learn tips and tricks for effective searches as well as how to download, customize, and map data on data.census.gov.
Introduction to the American Community Survey Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) Files
In this webinar, we will discuss foundational aspects of working with the ACS PUMS files.
Introduction to Census Bureau Data
This webinar will give participants a basic understanding of demographic data collected by the Census Bureau.
How to Access Race, Ethnicity, Foreign Born, and Ancestry Data
Learn about how to access Decennial Census and American Community Survey (ACS) data about race, ethnicity, foreign-born (ACS only), and ancestry groups.
Accessing the Economic Census Local Area Data on data.census.gov
This webinar will provide tips and tricks on how best to access data when trying to find the information for their state and type of business.
Get an overview of resources available for help on using data.census.gov, the Census API, and Microdata Access.
Data Tools and Apps
Find information using interactive applications to get statistics from multiple surveys.
Experimental Data Products
Innovative statistical products created using new data sources or methodologies that benefit data users in the absence of other relevant products.
Census Survey Explorer
Discover which surveys meet your criteria or needs. Search by topic, geography, and frequency of publication. This is a great place to jumpstart your research.