Thank you - here is the really comprehensive website https://blogs.bing.com/maps/2018-06/microsoft-releases-125-million-building-footprints-in-the-us-as-open-data/
data download available here: https://github.com/Microsoft/USBuildingFootprints
Detailed spatial data seems to require a CNDDB subscription.
You could put together quad level data (USGS 7.5 minute topographic quads) with this publicly available endpoint that lets you query what species are in a particular quad.
For example, for quad 3811957: https://apps.wildlife.ca.gov/bios/rest/Cnddb.ashx?o=cnddbQuickView&p=QuadSpecies&q=...
The data exists but it is unlikely to be open. From the U.S. Census Bureau (recall there is a crosswalk between SIC and NAICS codes)
Can I get a NAICS code or other statistical data for a specific company?
Title 13, U.S. Code, Section 9 (a) prohibits the U.S. Census
Bureau from releasing information on a specific business including
NAICS codes. Visit our ...
If you're looking for some other options, I suggest checking out the Wikipedia page on this topic. You can find it at the link below:
List of online music databases
I have not used them all, but AllMusic is quite good.
Have fun exploring the others and let us know what you think of them. You could even do this by using the "answer your own question&...
I work on the USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) as a cooperator from Boise State University. The queries you used make sense, although I would include the "Designation" feature class, as this feature class may include state parks and similar designations that overlap Fee owned areas. I would also exclude the public access query ...
MIT Election Data and Science Lab
They state that "Our lab is a clearinghouse for data sets that can fuel studies on elections and how they're conducted. Find election data and research tools produced by us and others."
Best place to find an election data
Voter Registration - By County and Party
United States Census Bureau
In addition to the Voting and ...
Try OpenTopography.org, they index open LiDAR datasets from around the world (as well as hosting some of their own).
Check out their data map to see extent.
They show a lot of US national LiDAR datasets over Texas. These are available through the 3DEP program which is hosted on AWS S3. Important here is that AWS Public datasets are often "requester pays" ...
New York City WiFi Hotspots
Every public WiFi hotspot in New York City.
This dataset is now hosted and updated daily here
The dataset consists of records for every public WiFi hotspot (ones provided by or in partnership with the city) in New York City. It contains over 2500 records overall, and is current as of August 11, 2017.
NYC Wi-Fi Hotspot ...
Here's the FAQ answer to what is available from the U.S. Census Bureau: https://ask.census.gov/prweb/PRServletCustom/YACFBFye-rFIz_FoGtyvDRUGg1Uzu5Mn*/!STANDARD?pyActivity=pyMobileSnapStart&ArticleID=KCP-5050
It suggests that data may exist for the period just before the date range you were hoping for. Perhaps that was what you were trying to extend? ...
The above answers/comments are significantly outdated data... so I hope this updated answer helps someone.
It was painful, but we created an API that has the latest from DMA Map 2019, and DMA 2020( DMA Rank, TV in Homes, % of US) ).
The GeoJson boundaries were generated from www.boundaries-io.com internal code and US Census zip code boundaries.
The data ...
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What is the best way to determine the concrete subset percentage [of
TIV students] used for a given measure? Is it a "cohort" column, like
Number of students in the family income cohort?
For some metrics ...
You can Find the information city wise here:
This is free data and can be downloaded in bulk as well.
One of the sample of zoning is as provided here
If you have a budget as well then you can get the complete data on arcgis.
Sample of the same in action can be viewed here
Bonus: You can have other detailed ...
This question on GIS Stackexchange provides a good overview of why this is not as simple a request as you might think. Zip codes are created, maintained and updated frequently by the USPS (US Postal Service), not the census bureau. Their databases are not open or free.
However, if your previous dataset is from the 2010 Census, you probably don't actually ...
If you are by any chances affiliated to a Canadian university you get free access to DMTI POI data that includes all that information for Canada. All of this is located in the Scholar GeoPortal repository at http://geo2.scholarsportal.info/
For the US there is a similar company called SimplyAnalytics that also has free access through many Canadian ...
For data related to households, you can get pre-1990 data from NHGIS
Keep in mind, the U.S. Census changed the way the collect their "sample data" (items beyond the basic population county by age/race/sex - i.e. income, employment, etc) after the 2000 Census, when they switched to the American Community Survey (ACS). See the write up ...
The LEHD program of the Census Bureau publishes crosswalks which map every Census Block to a number of other geography types, including ZCTA and CBSA.
You could download one of these crosswalks, filter out just the columns for ZCTA and CBSA, and then take the unique rows -- then for each ZCTA, you would see which CBSA it is in. Note, however, that a few ...