The GeoEnrichment Service supports a variety of input types such as points, addresses or areas to help you discover the demographics of different study areas.
Try selecting a city or clicking on the map to search for the demographics within 1 mile of a location.
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Browse ready-to-use web maps from the ArcGIS Living Atlas to uncover very detailed and interesting patterns in demographic data. The classification of social demographic areas is known as "Tapestry Segmentation".
Try clicking on these maps to see how your neighborhood compares to the ones around it.Try the Tutorials
Choose from thousands of data attributes and different input parameters to create high quality, custom reports in PDF or XLS format. Discover information about area demographics, consumer spending, tapestry market, business or market potential.
Try either selecting a city to generate a full city report or clicking on the map to generate a report for the area around the location you clicked.
Use ArcGIS Online to interactively enrich your own maps and data. Choose from thousands of attributes to add to your maps such as demographic, spending, market potential, lifestyle and business data.
Try clicking on these maps to explore the data that was added to the areas.Try the Tutorials
Learn how to integrate the GeoEnrichment API into your applications to access demographic data.
Search thousands of data attributes for over 130 countries available with the GeoEnrichment API.
Learn more about the 67 unique tapestry segments that classify US residential neighborhoods based on demographic and socioeconomic characteristics.
|Task||Service Credits||Approx. USD**|
|Stored GeoEnrichment Variable ||0.01 credit per variable, per feature||$0.001|
|Non-Stored GeoEnrichment Request||0.01 credit per variable||$0.001|
|Generated Infographic View||0.01 credit per variable||$0.001|
|Demographic Maps||0.01 credit per pan, zoom, and identify||$0.001|
|Generated Report||10 credits||$1.00|
 The GeoEnrichment Service is billed differently depending on whether you store the request. A stored request returns a variable that you may permanently add to your data, or via the "Enrich Layer" spatial analysis task, while a non-stored request is used for visualizations and other non-permanent uses.
** Pricing applies only to ArcGIS Developer subscriptions.
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