Kidsdata.org’s updated look and new features make it easier than ever to find and use data about the health and well-being of children. If you’re new to the site, or just need a refresher, here are some (short!) video tutorials on how to get the most out of kidsdata.org. Each runs less than three minutes, so you’ll be able to learn new skills fast.
Kidsdata.org Overview: Learn the basics of what kidsdata offers and how to navigate the site.
Finding Data by Topic: Discover several techniques to search for data about topics ranging from physical health to educational achievement to emotional well-being.
Finding Data by Region and Demographic Group: Explore how to find data by county, school district, city, legislative district, age range, racial and ethnic categories, and more.
Customizing Data: Find out how to create data visualizations including trend charts, bar graphs and maps, and tailor them to meet your needs.
Downloading and Sharing Data: See various ways to download large data sets, share data visualizations through social media, and embed charts and graphs on your website or in your blog post.
Having Trouble Finding What You’re Looking For? Learn how use search features and navigation menus to find the data you need.
E-alerts and Kidsdata Newsletter: Check out how to sign up for data alerts tailored to your interests, along with our newsletter.
Posted by Barbara Feder Ostrov