CI:Now’s new Viz-a-lyzer is an interactive tool for people to visually explore and analyze Bexar County data by zip code tract area and year, with comparisons to the county and U.S. where available. We’ll be adding new indicators and features several times a year – subscribe to our newsletter to hear about new releases.
Census Quick Facts
The U.S. Census Bureau’s Quick Facts tool – their most often-requested data for cities, counties, and states.
The Data Explorer is a “curated” collection of data resources of all kinds – data tables, maps, narrative reports, and more. “Curated” means that CI:Now has reviewed the data resource to make sure that it’s a trustworthy source of information, made it available in one or more easy-to-access formats, updated it when available, and added notes to help you understand and use the data.
Other Reports and Presentations
Go here for a list of our many data reports and presentations on all kinds of issues that matter to the San Antonio region.
CI:Now also provides the data for other local data tools and reports:
- The Bexar County Community Health Needs Assessment 2016 includes demographic, social, economic, and health data at the county, sub-county sector, and zip code-/ZCTA-levels for San Antonio/Bexar County.
- The United Way Children’s Issue Council Dashboard displays multi-year trended San Antonio/Bexar County data, primarily at the county level.
- SA2020’s Data Dashboard displays multi-year trended San Antonio/Bexar County data for nearly 60 indicators of community-wide progress in 11 key vision areas.
- The Community Needs Assessment for Comal & Guadalupe Counties, 2014 Update, which includes multi-year trended data primarily at the county level, is available through the United Way of Comal County.
CommunityViewer Public Reports
CommunityViewer Public Reports is a free tool that allows you to create a custom query or table of available datasets. At present Public Reports contains birth and hospitalization data by county, zip code, and census tract for the entire state of Texas. These datasets are not currently scheduled to be updated, as the Texas Department of State Health Services’ Center for Health Statistics is in the process of rolling out a robust data portal that includes both datasets.