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Databases in the Multidisciplinary, Science (General), and Humanities & Social Sciences (General) subject categories will be useful for many subject areas

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Introducing Policy Map

Policy Map is an easy-to-use online mapping and visualization tool. Downloadable U.S. demographic, economic and social data by city, state, zip code, county or census tract. Types of data include crime, housing, health, education and occupations, derived from both public and proprietary sources.

Getting Started with Databases

Databases in the Multidisciplinary, Science (General), and Humanities & Social Sciences (General) subject categories will be useful for many subject areas

Choose a subject category from the list to see related course and subject guides as research starting points.

When to use a guide?

Course guides are created by Boston University Librarians and are meant to help students find course-related resources such as databases, books, articles, newspapers, images, videos etc.

Subject Guides can be helpful starting points for research topics, and can help identify appropriate databases and how to use them.

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