Data Collection & Analysis

From our beginnings over twenty five years ago, turning data into useful information has been a core of our business. Where information doesn't yet exist, InfoUse has research expertise in developing survey instruments, developing online surveys and conducting focus groups and interviews. And where information does exist, InfoUse has expertise in analyzing public datasets such as the American Community Survey, the Survey of Income and Program Participation, and the Residential Energy Consumption Survey.

Through qualitative and quantitative analysis, InfoUse is able to turn the data we gather about employment, disability, energy, vocational rehabilitation and public health into actionable information for planners, policy makers and the public.

Sample Projects:

Disability Planning Data - Educating regional planners about sources of disability data, and useful custom disability data tables created from the ACS at the level of US counties.

Chart Books on Disability - InfoUse's Access to Disability Data continue to be a vital resource for people learning about disability in the United States.

Center For Personal Assistance Services State Pages - InfoUse created the Center For PAS website, and developed the state pages, providing center researchers a framework for presenting results by state, and the public a unique way to compare services and statistics across the United States.