US Combined Statistical Area Map

About Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs)

united States Combined Statistical Area Map

A combined statistical area refers to groups of adjacent metropolitan and/or micropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) in the United States. These areas are based on social and economic ties, with 166 of them scattered across the US. CSAs represent multiple metropolitan/micropolitan areas that only show moderate degree of employment interchange. They represent regions with media markets and overlapping labor.

Using Mapline, you can create a US Combined Statistical Area map. They are good visualization and analysis of local regions and community development. They are used effectively as a communication tool as they easily display current conditions like demographics, population, land use, health issues, zoning, transportation, services.

Create a MSA Map

Using Mapline, you can create a US Combined Statistical Area map to visualize local regions and community development. This map is used effectively as a communication tool as it easily displays current conditions like demographics, population, land use, health issues, zoning, transportation, services.

  1. Create a Mapline account and login.
  2. Click “New Map” to create a new map.
  3. Give your map a name and click “Create Map.”
  4. Click the orange “Layers” button from the left sidebar.
  5. Select the “Add Territories” option.
  6. Select “U.S. Combined Statistical Area” as the territory type.
  7. Give this territory overlay a Name and select the coloring option.
  8. Click “Continue.”

That’s how easy it is to create a US Combined Statistical Area map! Once you have your map, you can create a map of Excel spreadsheet locations to overlay on top. Mapline also makes it simple to see summary information about the locations inside each area just by clicking on them! Sign up now to create a US Combined Statistical Area map.

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