By Paul Donsky

Data is most meaningful when placed in context.

It’s one thing, say, to know that the median home sale price in metro Atlanta is $233,000. It’s much more powerful when you learn that the figure is $525,000 in the Seattle region and $193,000 in Chattanooga.

But finding accurate data can be difficult and time-consuming. Where do you start? What sources are reputable?

Now, there’s an easy solution. The data experts at the Atlanta Regional Commission and Neighborhood Nexus have developed a user-friendly, interactive tool they call the 100 Metros Dashboard, which provides a wealth of data about the 100 largest metro areas in the U.S.

With a few clicks, you can take a deep dive into a range of issues: housing, education, health, employment, economic development, and commuting. There’s even a handy “comparison” tab that enables users to quickly gauge how two metros stack up on key metrics. Read on.

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