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Mapping tool used by Census Bureau has roots in NSF-funded project

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students at computers using Social Explorer

Social Explorer is now routinely used in undergraduate introductory and upper division sociology courses, as well as in topical seminars, where students design and research their own demography questions.

Credit: Aisha Hassan, Queens College, CUNY


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students at a computer using Social Explorer

Social Explorer provides students with robust data visualization capabilities, allowing students to see and play with their data by generating maps.

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student using Social Explorer

Though Social Explorer was originally designed for teaching purposes, the utility of this tool today goes far beyond the undergraduate classroom.

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Sociologist Andrew Beveridge with a student at a computer

Sociologist Andrew Beveridge developed Social Explorer.

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