Do you have latitude/longitude coordinates and need information about those neighborhoods?
When you have a lot of geographic coordinates, and need population characteristics for where they are, use the Scan/US PointCoder.
Pointcoding converts latitude/longitude coordinates into the tiny MicroGrid neighborhood area where the coordinate last appeared.
A grid summary file is also produced, showing how many coordinates are inside each small MicroGrid area. This file can be mapped directly in Scan/US, showing customer concentrations AND at the same time population characteristics in the given area for any collections of coordinates you process.
What you have
You have a large file of latitude-longitude coordinates, perhaps representing cell phone location coordinates or rideshare (scooters or bikes, for example)latitude longitude drop-off or summary points.
Scan/US PointCoder will process your file FAST (with an unlimited
number of locations anywhere in the U.S.)
Scan/US PointCoder assigns coordinates with precision, showing the exact Scan/US Microgrid in which each point falls. And you get a separate summary file you can load directly into Scan/US for informative mapping.
The Point coder is as accurate as the Latitude/Longitude coordinates you supply. When a grid match is not found, Scan/US PointCoder does not assign a grid, and writes the record into an exceptions file, so you can see how many coordinates fall outside a residential area
You get real response rates from Scan/US PointCoder because the MicroGrids are updated every year. What if you need a cross-reference to ZIP, County, Census Tract or Census Block Group or even MSA? Scan/US Pointcoder will give you that too.
The Scan/US PointCoder does attach codes, but unlike conventional geocoders, it does not require an address: Just latitude/longitude coordinates anywhere in the U.S. If your file only has street addresses, and NOT latitude/longitude coordinates, then you need the Scan/US Desktop Geocoder.
Let's take a moment to do a report only for the 58 high-traffic grids (dark blue)
When we pick a report, we can also pick columns for the surrounding area, the city of Portland and the entire MSAClick on the image below to see the report in more detail
Tools required for the full example on this pagej:
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