The data center is set up with a "no wrong door"
approach to finding data, meaning that we try to make it as intuitive as
possible for users to find specific data. Data can be found by
searching by location, topic or characteristic. Using built-in tools,
users are able to create data visualizations including customized maps,
line graphs, bar charts and tables.
Notes throughout the data center give detail on original data sources, definitions and footnotes.
Footnotes include when each indicator was last updated by KIDS
COUNT in Delaware staff. Impact statements tell why each indicator
matters. When data is formatted into a series, pop-up windows provide
clarity on why seemingly similar data can't be compared.
the online data center, visualizations can be printed, emailed or saved
as an image for use in presentation, reports, grant applications,
testimony or legislation. The tool offers a social share feature that
links to more than 175 different social media platforms as well as an
option to embed visualizations into an organization's website, blog or