NEO CANDO 2010+ is now live!
NEO CANDO 2010+ is a major upgrade of the Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development's NEO CANDO, an interactive online data portal that provides information about demographic, socioeconomic, and other data that help define and promote understanding of the human landscape of Northeast Ohio. This updated version of NEO CANDO incorporates data from the 2010 Census and American Community Survey. It operates faster, provides updated geographies, and enables on-demand mapping using Google maps.
NEO CANDO 2010+ was released by the Northeast Ohio Data Collaborative, a unique partnership between Case Western Reserve University Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Cleveland State University Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, and The Center for Community Solutions. Several local governments and foundations have made this possible with their generous financial support including the United Way of Greater Cleveland, The Cleveland Foundation, The George Gund Foundation, Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation, Sisters of Charity Foundation, Saint Luke's Foundation, Cuyahoga County Board of Health, and the Summit County Health District.
Visit the new NEO CANDO 2010+.
"In an environment of limited resources, having reliable, timely data on which to base decisions is more important than ever," said Emily Campbell, coordinator of the Data Collaborative. "We expect NEO CANDO 2010+ will be used by researchers, public officials, nonprofit organizations, and community leaders who seek to understand conditions in Northeast Ohio."
Features of NEO CANDO 2010+
For more information about NEO CANDO's expanding suite of applications, download the Poverty Center's recent report on the NST Web App.
The Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development is a research center at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, a graduate school of social work at Case Western Reserve University.