Version 0.18 is now available.
- The FCC Wireline data has been updated to include the revisions released on May 2, 2019,
- Congressional boundaries were updated to the 116th Congress,
- State and local tables were reloaded to correct missing special characters in place names, and
- Minor application updates are also included.
The next release will focus on user-interface improvements and new data visusalizations. Stay tuned!
8 April 2019
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There’s a new release that incorporates more of the recently-released Census data for Census data regarding subscriber characteristics and device usage.
The release also includes:
- A revised menu flow. There’s a new dropdown for the Census Internet data, and the Subscription choice has moved there. There’s also a new dropdown for the M-Lab Speedtest data.
- The FCC adoption table has been updated to the data from June, 2017.
- And of course, internal improvements.
More about the I3 Connectivity Explorer.
The latest version (0.16.0) of the I3 Connectivity Explorer incorporates further details from the Census about broadband subscription rates, including categories like
satellite only, and
households without any internet subscription.
On map pages, you can now overlay a second demographic with the base map. Selecting select a bar in one histogram chart highlights the geographic areas for that subset of the data. Now, if you select bars in both charts, the selection is restricted to areas associated with both bars. When you hover over an area, you’ll see the detailed data from both demographics. You can clear either selection by clicking in the margin of the appropriate chart.
You can now set a target subscription rate (as a percent of households) in the notebook preferences. This rate is incorporated in the economic boost calculation as the percentage of households that are expected to have broadband.
Finally, there’s a new demographic for the Census’ “(Black or) African American Alone” category, and the M-Lab speed test view now supports adjusting the rolling-average window.
Next up: Diving into the Census data on subscribers.