TRAC EXPRESS provides users a speedy way to view a range of demographic and economic information from a variety of perspectives:
TRAC Express gives users several options for viewing these three four perspectives -- county, state, and federal judicial district:
- State: looks at the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
- Federal Judicial District: provides information according to the 90 federal districts, the basic jurisdiction through which almost all federal criminal matters are processed.
- County: zeroes in on the nation's 3,140 counties.
Make your selection and select Submit Request. Your order is transmitted to TRAC's server, the necessary processing is completed and the requested information is delivered to your browser, frequently in less than a minute.
- focus: provides focused information on a user-selected topic about a particular geographic unit. Under states, for example, the user can choose focus and obtain a breadth of information about wages and salaries for the nation as a whole or in any one of the 50states.
- rank: ranks jurisdictions on a user-selected topic. For example, the user can determine how all federal judicial districts compare with each other in terms of average adjusted gross income. For the counties, two types of ranks are compiled: A percentile rank of 1 indicates that the county is in the top 1% of the nation, while a percentile rank of 100 indicates the the county is in the bottom 1% of the nation.Whereas under the other option (rank), the counties are ranked within a state. Users can select their output either as a map or as a table. With a map, users can easily identify regional variations. With a table, users are provided with an orderly layout of the specific information they requested. In many situations, the perspectives offered by a shade map and a listing table complement each other.
- compare: provides comparisons of race, ethnicity, or other special topics on a user selected factor for a particular county, state, federal judicial district, or the U.S. as a whole. By selecting compare under county, for example, information is developed about the racial or ethnic make-up within the county chosen.
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