C. Alan Joyce from Wolfram|Alpha has a terrific post (the first in a series) about using the wonderful computational reference resource to analyze data (comparisons, chart, etc.) from the American Community Survey (U.S. Census).
The post includes background, screenshots, and plenty examples of what’s possible when you utilize Wolfram|Alpha.
Here are a few examples:
- Population Pyramid Bristol CT
- Senior Citizen Population Fraction for Florida versus Nevada
- Age Distribution of Connecticut New York New Jersey
- School-Age Population Fraction of School Districts in Cook County Illinois
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