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Cool question and nice map... I did a reverse image search and found a blog post from 2011, the same year as the map's creation, which has lots of technical details: https://www.digitalcommonwealth.org/search/commonwealth:7h149v32x Title: 1630 shoreline Creator: Metropolitan Planning Organization (Mass.). Central Transportation Planning Staff. ...


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For anyone else needing this information, it looks like Gaurav Sood compiled the relevant data and provided code to create the tables that link: DMA to county DMA to zip


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Those are the HU-2 (2-digit Hydrologic Units) boundaries from the national Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD). Sometimes you'll see them referred to as HUC-2 instead of HU-2 (HUC = Hydrologic Unit Code). It should be possible to download this data for the entire continental US as a single dataset. However... It's very easy to get the metadata for this ...


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I assume you've already found averages at Current Employment Statistics, FactFinder, or the American Time-Use Survey. I don't see any percentiles there. I don't know of any ready-made tables from BLS or Census that include percentiles for hours worked, so unfortunately you will probably need to create your own tabulation using microdata from CPS PUMS or ...


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This document from fda.gov (saved via the Wayback Machine) states: This clinical study was compiled using Sinclair Wound and Skin Emulsion product as submitted in 510(k) # K024367. Atopiclair" is the working name for Sinclair Wound and Skin Emulsion in this study. Searching fda.gov for the working name provides some results I could be wrong about ...


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Thanks to everyone who gave it a try, both those who confirmed the problem, and those who have been more successful. I have tried it this morning from home (as opposed to work, again in Belgium), and everything worked just fine. I wonder what caused the problem. I sent them an email yesterday explaining the issue. Maybe they put together a quick fix. I ...


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You asked for a shapefile of the Boston harbor shoreline for 1630. However, what seems to be available from that era is mostly raster images of maps. So you will probably need to digitize the shoreline yourself from a georeferenced image. In addition to the original map (provided in philshem's answer), there are many different sources of historical maps. ...


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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


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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=...


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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 ...


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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" ...


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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? ...


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This is not an answer. If you visit https://sdmdataaccess.sc.egov.usda.gov/QueryHelp.aspx and download the "Table Column Descriptions Report (741K)" PDF, you will get a list of all tables (and column names) for your data. You can then go to https://sdmdataaccess.sc.egov.usda.gov/Query.aspx and make queries like SELECT * FROM chaashto. You will have to ...


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Thanks for submitting your questions. I forwarded your questions to our helpdesk and received the following responses. I hope you find them helpful. 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 ...


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You can Find the information city wise here: http://us-city.census.okfn.org/dataset/zoning 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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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If you have a handful of stadiums and arenas only, then you might find a list online that suffices. For example, from Wikipedia global or US only. If you need wider coverage, and also for many types of buildings, consider the following two options: Option 1: Wikidata, with as an example some variation of arena (Q641226) and maximum capacity (P1083) ...


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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 ...


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sec-api (https://sec-api.io) provides an API to search filings on SEC EDGAR by CIK, ticker, company name, form type and filings date. Query API give me all form 4 filings for GE between dates X and Y The JSON query for your use case looks like this. { "query": { "query_string": { "query": "cik:40545 AND filedAt:{2016-01-01 TO ...


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