Commuter-Adjusted Daytime Population by U.S. Place

2006-2010 data on daytime commuting patterns in the U.S.

This dataset contains data on commuter-adjusted daytime population, collected by the U.S. Census Bureau from 2006-2010. Patterns of workers from U.S. cities, towns, census-designated places, and other notable population centers, including those in Puerto Rico, were analyzed. Rates of daytime population change, as well as employment residence ratio, and information on total number of workers working and/or living in a given county are provided for each county.

(23 columns, 6936 rows)

Examples

Basic Examples

Retrieve the ResourceObject:

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ResourceObject["Commuter-Adjusted Daytime Population by U.S. Place"]
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View the data:

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ResourceData["Commuter-Adjusted Daytime Population by U.S. Place"]
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Visualization

Compare population of workers living in an area to total daytime population in that area:

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ListPlot[ResourceData[
   "Commuter-Adjusted Daytime Population by U.S. Place"][
  All, {"WorkersLiving", "DaytimePopulation"}], 
 AxesLabel -> {"workers living", "daytime population"}]
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Wolfram Research, "Commuter-Adjusted Daytime Population by U.S. Place" from the Wolfram Data Repository. (2016) https://doi.org/10.24097/wolfram.22081.data

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