The purpose of this data package is to offer demographic data for the U.S. cities. The data sources are multiple, the most important one being the U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey. In this case the data was organized by the Big Cities Health Coalition (BCHC). Other are the New York City Department of City Planning and Department of Parks and Recreation, data being available through the NYC Open Data.
Useful for public health specialists and specialized institutions to plan and assess the health services and projects at city level or for other categories of professionals.; Useful for researchers seeking to improve the methods, regulations, health policies and strategies at city level or for other type of projects (like environmental projects).; Useful for researchers seeking to improve the methods, regulations, health policies and strategies at city level or to maintain and improve individuals living surroundings. ; The raw version can be found on authors website, but JSL is offering a clean, standardized and easier to use version, alone or in combination with other datasets found in JSL dataset library. ; The fields descriptions along with the dataset description are again useful for user to quick understand the data and the dataset.
Update Frequency: Annual/Irregular
1. Big Cities Demographic Indicators ($79)
2. NYC Street Tree Census 2015 ($199)