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Infoshare is a compilation of population-related statistical information, including demographic data, socio-economic data, and health statistics. Currently, the most complete data are available for New York City and State, but information about other regions in the US is also available, and more is being added on a regular basis. Content is based on data obtained from local, state, and federal government agencies. This database is appropriate for students and researchers at all levels.
From NYU's Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy, the database allows users to choose a NYC neighborhood and retrieve data about it in terms of housing units and vacancies, land use, income, school attendance, crime and other factors. The results can then be mapped or charted in various ways. Access is free, but users must register for the site.
The Data Mine increases the accessibility of public data generated by the various New York City agencies. This catalog supplies access to a repository of government-produced, machine-readable data sets. The data sets are available in a variety of machine-readable formats and are refreshed when new data becomes available. Data is presented by category or by City agency. Descriptions of the data, the collection method, and other contextual material, called metadata, are included.
This compendium of data, facts and figures over a wide range of fields quantifies many aspects of New York City and, in some cases, the metropolitan region. From the Weissman Center for International Business at Baruch College.