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Utilize GIS technology to analyze demographic, consumer spending, and business data. Analyze current-year estimates and five-year projections of demographic data and extensive consumer spending and business data for the entire United States. BAO may be used for teaching and student learning purposes only. No research or administrative users are permitted. By entering this database you agree to these terms.
To gain access follow these steps:
1. Activate your ArcGIS Online account by visiting the University of Minnesota organization on ArcGIS Online, click "Sign In" on the up left corner, choose "Using your UMN X.500 Account"
2. Email U-Spatial Help Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org) from your University email account asking for access to Business Analyst Online (BAO)
3. Once you are notified that your account has been set up, go to UMN's BAO and sign in "Using your UMN X.500 Account"
BAO is included in the University's ArcGIS Online subscription. However, use of BAO can use a large number of credits. If you have a large number of address to geocode (over 500) or are planning on performing analysis on a large scale, please contact the help desk to learn about Business Analyst Desktop; this is a more powerful version of Business Analyst available for your use.
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