We have just released CDXZipStream version 5.4. For existing users with access to the CDXRadius function we’ve added the ability to center the radius on a specific latitude and longitude as well as zip codes. This version also now includes U.S. Census 2020 data as part of the CDXZipStream demo along with access to the new 2020 Census data feed. Additionally, we’ve also updated our Maptitude functions to support the 2023 Caliper Maptitude release. Other improvements were made as well including updated routing maps with the CDXRouteBing function.
To use the new CDXRadius capability, simply enter the numeric latitude and longitude separated by a pipe character (instead of a zip code) as shown in the image below.
This will allow you to more accurately center radius results on your exact business or other central site.
To get this new feature you need to install CDXZipStream version 5.4.1 or better which is the current trial version on our site. There is no cost to get access to the update. The installation file for this can be downloaded here.
We are continuing to add to our product line of CDXStreamer browser-based tools. A new application for Geographic Access Analysis has just been released.
Geographic Access Analysis (also known as closest store analysis) is a method used to assess the proximity of various resources, services, or facilities in relation to specific geographic locations. It is an essential report needed by business, the medical industry, government, and other fields.
This tool allows you to upload a set of location postal codes along with a list of target postal codes in a spreadsheet in an excel or .csv file. The user can set a radius distance along with the maximum number of targets to be returned before starting. A report will then be produced which orders the locations by distance in ascending order for each target. Only targets within the radius specified up to the maximum number will be shown. Both US Zip Codes and Canadian Postal Codes are supported.
For a tutorial on using the new app please see the following video.
If you would like to see how this all works you can try CDXStreamer for free for 7 days for up to 1000 total requests by signing up for our free trial.
The CDXZipStream Premium zip code database has been updated with demographic data from the Decennial 2020 U.S Census. This data was just released by the US Census. These updated data fields are available in the CDXZipStream Demographics, Premium, and Premium ACS versions.
The data items which previously included 2010 census data and have been updated to 2020 include.
- Population by Race
- Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Population
- Male/Female Population.
- Median Age data in total and by sex
- Housing and Household data
For a full listing of all data fields included in the feeds, please download the CDXZipStream Data Feeds and Definitions file here.
If you already own one of the CDXZipStream versions mentioned above and have an active data maintenance contract, select the "Account" option on the CDXZipStream Excel menu and click on "Check for Available Database Updates". Then select the option to update your premium database. You must have the database version 2.28 or later for the 2020 Census update.
For users without an active account you can update your data feeds by logging into your on-line account on CDXTech.com. Under "My Account", then "Product Management", select "Buy Data Update" and then purchase the Premium Maintenance contract. If you don't have the correct CDXZipStream version select "Upgrade License" in the account area and select the option to upgrade to a premium version. The latest data will automatically be included with your purchase.