National Environmental Public Health Tracking Data Explorer Tutorial (May 23, 2019)
The environment where we live, work, and play can affect our health. The CDC’s National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network was created in order to better understand the connection between health and the environment. The Tracking Network is a dynamic, web-based data system that CDC, its partners, and community members use to track environmental health factors over time and improve the health of communities. Join this webinar to learn about how to use the Data Explorer to navigate through 20 content areas of data, complete a query, personalize your own data visualization, and use the Tracking program's freely available environmental health data and API for your own projects, interests, and exploration.

May 23, 2019 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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