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is a unique statistical database that allows you to
research and compare a multitude of data compiled from sources like
the US Census Bureau, the FBI, the Bureau of Justice, and the
National Center for Educational Statistics about US states; allowing
you to make pie charts, maps, graphs and scatterplots for data
The Library provides access to
several Web-based spatial information databases as well as many on
CD-ROM. It houses numerous pieces of spatial information,
including several data bases, over 100,000 sheet maps, and several
hundred atlases and gazetteers.
Numeric databases, for example
economic time series, opinion surveys, and Census
figures, are available in several forms, including online data
bases, documents in paper, microform, floppy disk, and CD-ROM. Most are cataloged in
A versatile spatial
and socioeconomic data work station
is available for your research, located on the first floor of the
For assistance and to make suggestions please
contact Karen Stewart