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The AGID home page. The cursor moves over the State Profiles link in the middle of the home page. The following tutorial will provide an in-depth look at the State Profiles section of AGID. State Profiles provides pre-populated tables of key data elements. Users can make comparisons between states and U.S. totals. Each state also has a map which shows the locations for the SUA, triple A's, and where applicable, Tribal Organizations.
The State Profiles landing page. The cursor clicks on "Alabama" in the state map. On the main state profile screen, users can select the state from the list on the right or by clicking on the shape.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page. Once a state has been selected, users will see a map of the state.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page. The cursor moves into the map to hover over the yellow star. Information is then displayed below the cursor. The State Unit on Aging is shown as a yellow star.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page. Area Agencies on Aging are shown as red circles, and if a state has a Tribal organization, it will be displayed as a blue diamond.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page. At the bottom of the map, the cursor clicks on the "Show Table" link and the data in table format is shown below. This information is also available in a data table.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page showing the "Print" link in the top above the first heading. The "Print" link is expanded to show "Map", "Table", and "Map & Table" links. The "Save" link also expands to show "Map" and "Table" links. You can print this information or download and save the map or the table.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page. Two arrows are pointing to the "Comparisons" and "Pre-Populated Tables" sections in the left navigation. In State Profiles, data from the Older American Act and Aging programs are separated into two sections, Comparisons and Pre-Populated tables.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page showing the "Select a table" group of links in the left navigation. First, we will look at the pre-populated tables. These tables are listed in the lower left of the page. To view an individual pre-populated table, click on the appropriate link.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page showing the "All Tables" link being selected from the "Select a table" group of links in the left navigation. The data in the page content changes. Selecting All Tables will display all the pre-populated data tables.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page showing the "Print" link in the top above the first heading. The "Save" link expands to show each section of the table, by parts, which are available to be saved. You can print this information or download and save each of the tables to an Excel spreadsheet.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page showing the "Part A. Population Estimates" link being selected from the "Select a table" group of links in the left navigation. The data in the page content changes. Let's look closer at one of the individual pre-populated tables, Population Estimates.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page showing the "Select a Start and End Year" drop downs below the "Geography" section in the left navigation. The cursor selects a different year and the data in the page content changes. In the AGID system, data are available for the most recent five years. The default is the most recent year of data. By selecting the earliest start year, users can see all years of the data.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page. The "Comparisons" section is located in the left navigation. Next we will look at the Comparison section. This section allows users to compare an individual topic for a state to national totals or to other state totals.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page. The "Population" link is chosen from the expanded group "Part A. Population Estimates" under "Select a Topic for Comparison". When the link is chosen the data in the page content changes. Let's look at Population Estimates to compare. The default is to compare the state estimates with the U.S. Totals.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page. the "Compare to" dropdown, under the first heading in the page content, is selected and the data in the page content changes to the data for "Alaska". Use the Select a State drop-down to quickly change between states.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page showing the "Print" and "Save" links in the top above the first heading. You can print this information or download and save the table to an Excel spreadsheet.
The Profile of State OAA Programs: Alabama page. State Profiles provides easy access to key data for a state.
This concludes the video tutorial for State Profiles.