1. Explore billions of data points.


Find data fast. 
Don't waste time hunting down datasets on the Internet. We have thousands of indicators from the CDC, the American Community Survey, the BLS, and other sources—with more added each week.

Compare across data silos. 
See how obesity rates correlate with park access, or heart disease prevalence, or poverty. Run rankings, benchmarks, correlations, and other analyses with a couple of clicks.   

Leave no stone unturned. 
Search for indicators at any level—national, census tract, and everything in between. If you have your own datasets, you can upload them to our platform and create customizable charts.

2. Create and publish content, quickly.


Communicate your findings. 
Distill your insights into interactive charts, maps, and engaging public webpages.

Tell your data's story. 
Create beautiful designs and add images and videos with our drag-and-drop story editor.

Get the message out. 
Publish data visualizations and stories to the Web with one click, and share them on social media. 

3. Work together on a single platform.


Collaborate in real-time. 
No more navigating endless e-mail chains. Post data, charts, and comments on a "feed," and your team will see them instantly.

Update automatically. 
When datasets change, so does everything connected to them—charts, maps, and webpages—no version control needed.

Manage access. 
Control who can upload, view, or publish on the platform, so your data and insights get into the right hands.  

“We are so excited to see this kind of platform being developed for the public sector. In our line of work, budgets are tight, but the need to get effective messaging out there is pretty critical. This tool allows us to get information out to the people who need it most, so they can make the important decisions necessary to keep our community healthy.”
— Claire Hermann, San Luis Obispo County Health Agency