Striving for informed decision-making across Connecticut, we empower an ecosystem of data users by democratizing access to public data and building data literacy.

Connecticut Census Tracts → Towns

Got data by Census tract but don’t know which towns they belong to? Our new tool can help!

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Striving for informed decision-making across Connecticut, we empower an ecosystem of data users by democratizing access to public data and building data literacy.

SEOW Prevention Data Portal Has Gotten a Makeover!

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Striving for informed decision-making across Connecticut, we empower an ecosystem of data users by democratizing access to public data and building data literacy.

Hartford Data Platform Released

Explore Neighborhood Data and Learn About Health & Housing in Hartford.

Explore Neighborhood Data

Striving for informed decision-making across Connecticut, we empower an ecosystem of data users by democratizing access to public data and building data literacy.

Census 2020 Kickoff

Hear from Lieutenant Governor-elect Bysiewicz, Mayor Bronin, Census Bureau Regional Director, and the State’s Chief Data Officer about the plans for Census 2020 in Connecticut.

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Striving for informed decision-making across Connecticut, we empower an ecosystem of data users by democratizing access to public data and building data literacy.

New Census ACS Data 2013-2017

Explore the data in our new ACS tool!

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Striving for informed decision-making across Connecticut, we empower an ecosystem of data users by democratizing access to public data and building data literacy.

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Secretary of the State Business Search

Search for businesses operating in Connecticut by name, location, or type

Business Formation Patterns

Historic business formation data in Connecticut

Town Profiles

Explore and compare multiple indicators by town and county.

Racial Profiling Prohibition Project

View traffic stop data for each police district in the state

Data Dashboard for 6 CT Regions

Explore data on a variety of topics for the 6 CT regions – a project of CONNECT

Connecticut Regional Data Stories

Get picture of the region focusing on demographic, education, and health indicators

Housing Portal

Explore, download, and analyze housing data in your town

SEOW Prevention Data Portal

Bringing together Connecticut’s epidemiological data on substance abuse

Hartford Data Portal

Data story & Census tract level data for Hartford

Aggregate Margins of Error

Use this tool to combine smaller geographies into larger ones with recalculated margins of error

Census Tract → Town

Look up which towns Connecticut Census tracts belong to

American Community Survey 2017 Map

Comparison map for various ACS topics for Connecticut

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What’s Changing with Census Data Availability? Differential Privacy: What is It and Why it Matters for Census 2020

CTData has traveled state to state on the conference circuit over the past few months. We recently attended the American Community Survey (ACS) Users Data Conference in Washington, DC; the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership Meeting in Milwaukee, WI; the Census State Data Center Conference in Charlotte, NC; and the Association for Public Data Users Conference in Washington DC. One of the most pressing topics of discussion was the 2020 Census and its new differential privacy policies. To help you gain…

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8/19 & 9/9: State Data Plan Data Forums with Chief Data Officer

The Connecticut Data Collaborative in partnership with the Chief Data Officer Tyler Kleykamp is hosting two Data Forums to discuss the Focal Points in the State Data Plan. This is an opportunity for state agencies and stakeholders to prioritize the most pressing data questions, identify existing data sources, discuss gaps in public data, and help create an action plan to make more data available to the public for policy decision making.  The meetings will be held at CTData’s office at 10 Constitution Plaza in Hartford. See more details and register for each…

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