Presentation on theme: "1 Uses for OnTheMap Economic Planning & Time Series - Where is the labor supply located? - Which industries are growing or declining over time? Transportation."— Presentation transcript:
1 Uses for OnTheMap Economic Planning & Time Series - Where is the labor supply located? - Which industries are growing or declining over time? Transportation planning & analysis - Between which areas do workers commute? Emergency management - Daytime population estimates
2 F-Scale: F3 between Clever and NixaPath Length: ~40 miles Width: 1/4 to 1/2 mile Time: 10:08 – 11:00 P.M. *Source: National Weather Service OnTheMap Mapping Missouri Tornado Path OnTheMap
3 OnTheMap: Where People Go to Work Where do people who live in the path of the tornado work?
4 Where do workers employed at jobs located in the path of the tornado live? OnTheMap: Where Workers Live
5 OnTheMap LEDs online dynamic mapping tool 42 states online Where do workers live? Where do residents work? Reports on age, earnings, and industries with three years of data Cross-state flows User-selected areas Geographic layers such as community colleges and zip codes OTM v 3 (Beta) released June 1; full version to be released on August 31 with up to 4 new states and 2002 – 2006 data REVISE
6 Caveats About Beta ….. OnTheMap Version 3 Beta is for testing new features and capabilities only. There are known bugs. Not all geographic layers, years of data, states and functions are available in the Beta release. OnTheMap Version 3 Beta data may not be reliable. Use OTM Version 2 for analytical purposes (until August 31, 2008).
7 4 Steps for Creating OTM Maps and Reports 1.Choose geographic layers you wish to show on your map 2.Select from available data options (years, job type, labor segment) 3.Define geographic study area 4.Pick analysis type
8 Selecting Your Basic Geography Type in the name or number of any of the areas shown in the dropdown box.
9 Type Brunsw in Search
10 The Control Panel Search = Find Your Area Map Key = Legend, Scale Layers = Add/Remove Map Features
11 Removing the Clutter (Layers)
12 The Control Panel: Setting Your Choices Analysis = Select Data, Select Area(s), Set Map/Report Type
13 1. Data Settings Data Settings = Select Home or Work, Year(s), Job and Worker Type Coming Attraction! Select Workers by Age, Wage or Industry Cluster
14 Home/Residential Area or Workplace Area Home Area -- Where workers live Workplace Area -- Where workers work Live or Work limits report options
15 Where, When, Which, Who Study Area Year Job Type Worker Characteristics
16 2. Study Area Selection Study Area = Select by Layer (City, County, WIA, ZIP Code), Freehand, etc. New Features! Donuts, Plumes
17 Selecting by Layer
18 Freehand Selection Option New Feature! Modify freehand, buffer, plume, etc.
19 Buffer Selection: Set Width of Corridor & Draw Line
20 4. Choosing Map and Report Type Map/Report = Profile of workers in selected area or travel patterns of workers
21 Definitions: Area Profile and Shed Analysis Definitions: Area Profile and Shed Analysis Area Profile Analysis - a report and map showing the characteristics, location and distribution of workers living or working inside the selected study area Shed Analysis - a report and map showing where people work who live in the selected area (Commute Shed) or where workers live who are employed in the selected area (Labor Shed)
22 Definition: Rollup Areas Definition: Rollup Areas Rollup areas - aggregates information on workers by selected boundary layers; can select three areas (defaults are cities/towns, counties and states) New Feature! Results by ZIP Codes, WIAs, Congressional Districts
23 The Go Button
24 Display Results: Points & Thermals
25 The Results Tab Animate with Points and/or Thermals Output to HTML, XLS, PDF
26 Time Series Animation: Points and Thermals 2004 2003 2002
27 OnTheMap Reports Area Profile: for Home Area or Work Area; show workers age, wage ranges, and industry; only Work Area profile report includes 10 Quarterly Workforce Indicators Commute Shed: shows where residents of the study area work Labor Shed shows where those who work in the study area live
28 Home Area Profile
29 Home Area Profile Report Age and Wage Ranges Employment Sectors Data Selections and Sources
30 Work Area Profile
31 Work Area Profile Report Data Selections and Sources Quarterly Workforce Indicators (QWI) Age and Wage Ranges Employment Sectors
32 Commute Shed
33 Commute Shed Report Data Selections and Sources Top 10 Cities/Towns Top 10 Counties Top 5 States
34 Labor Shed
35 Labor Shed Report Top 10 Cities/Towns Top 10 Counties Top 5 States Can select different rollups including ZIP Codes, WIBs
36 OnTheMap Version 3 Schedule Version 3.0 Beta through July 21, 2008 Expanded set of states; improved points/thermals and selection tools; expanded Place Name Lookup; new time-series animation; improved Text Only tool Version 3.0, release Aug. 31, 2008 2005 and 2006 data; improved origin/destination data; updated cartography and base map vintage (TIGER 2006); full cross-state analyses Version 3.1, release Sept. 30, 2008 Expanded reporting and data output options (labor market segments); enhanced on-screen documentation
37 Keep in Mind… LED not yet national in scope. LED does not yet include military, self- employed or federal workers. Data in OnTheMap refreshed annually.
38 Contact Us Local Employment Dynamics http://lehd.did.census.gov Please send your Beta Tester comments with OnTheMap Version 3 in subject line to : DID.Local.Employment.Dynamics@census.gov. Join the OnTheMap ListServ email@example.com