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We are pleased to announce that the 2012/2017 Esri U.S. Demographic Data Updates have been released in Community Analyst. Updates include: Age by Sex (2012 & 2017) Age by Sex by Race (2012) Detailed Age (2012 & 2017) Disposable Income … Continue reading
The 2012 Olympic Games is in its second week in London. This the second in a two-part series looking various sports in the London Olympic Games and who in the U.S. participates in them.
The 2012 Olympic Games are currently underway in London. The estimated 10,500 athletes will be competing in 302 events in 26 sports. This is a two-part series looking at various sports in the London Olympic Games and athletes from the U.S. participating in them. Continue reading
Earlier this week we released some updated data on Community Analyst, including an exciting update to 2012 business locations.
This release includes the following updates:
- January 2012 Business Location Data - Available in the Business Locator report and Business Search.
- January 2012 Business Summary Data (Now in 2010 Geography) – Available in the Business Summary Report, Color-Coded Maps, Smart Map Search, and Custom Comparison Report.
Micro-Targeting with the Updated Tapestry Segmentation Data on the Community Analyst API (Part II of II)
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS POST
Welcome back to Tapestry Segmentation school!
Previously, I determined the top three Tapestry Segments of a charity’s most generous donors in order to understand who they are. Today, armed with this intelligence, I’m going to show you how to find where they are so the charity can coordinate and optimize their outreach strategy.
(C5). Let’s get a list of all ZIP Codes in the U.S. dataset which have any of the following three dominant Tapestry Segments (based on the calculated donor “profile”) :
- 27:”Metro Renters”
- 8:”Laptops & Lattes”
- 1: “Top Rung.”
Micro-Targeting with the Updated Tapestry Segmentation Data on the Community Analyst API (Part I of II)
Community Analyst Data Release
You heard last week that you can access new data through Community Analyst.
Well, in celebration of this Community Analyst data release, I’m going to talk about accessing one of my favorite datasets through the Community Analyst APIs—the Esri Tapestry Segmentation dataset—and discuss how and why it should be leveraged by organizations large and small.
Before we get into the nitty gritty, let me describe a real life use case of Tapestry Segmentation. I’m confident that this use case will inspire your own!
We are happy to announce the release of new data on Community Analyst. The following data updates are now available:
2011 Tapestry Data in 2010 Geography
The 2011 Tapestry data is now available in the Tapestry Segmentation Area Profile and the Dominant Tapestry Map. This data is now available in 2010 geography.
It is also available in the Color-Coded Maps, Smart Map Search, and Create Custom Comparison Reports features. Continue reading
Are you a consumer that purchases DVDs of your favorite movies or do you stream/download videos exclusively?
The market for home movie watching has changed and become extremely competitive. Continue reading
You might have noticed the new Select tool in the map tool palette. What in the world is this? How is it going to be useful to me? What else can I do after bringing in a web map from ArcGIS Online? Continue reading to find out more…
As discussed in a previous blog post, you can bring in the maps created in ArcGIS Online into Community Analyst and make the maps more meaningful. With the help of this new Select tool, you can make it even more powerful. Here’s how… Continue reading
By Cathy Spisszak
Best Cities for Bargain Shopping
Do you love a good bargain? Forbes Magazine recently compiled a list of the top 10 U.S. cities for bargain shopping using Esri Shopping Center Data. Check out Esri Data in the news and to see if your city has made the list.
Esri Data used for Mall Expansion
Esri was also highlighted in the Philadelphia area news, when Esri Data was used to justify an expansion of the King of Prussia mall. According to the article “Within a 10-mile radius of the Montgomery County mall, 41 percent of households have incomes of $100,000 or greater, according to Esri, a company specializing in geography and demographics. That area is home to more than a half-million people in 220,000 households. This has helped make the King of Prussia mall the envy of retail landlords nationwide by boasting retail sales of $700 per square foot – a figure so high it is shared by only a small handful of other malls nationwide.” Read more about this here.
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