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VIEW MAPS: 2017 | 2016 | 2015
Data reflected in these maps can be found in the Annual Report Volume 1 data tables. This mapping application includes county level maps on the following topics:
Data source: Birth records compiled by the Oregon Center for Health Statistics
VIEW MAPS: 2013 - 2017 | 2011 - 2015 | 2009 - 2013
These maps display three state health indicators. They were created in response to a growing demand for health indicator data at the county and census tract levels. To protect Oregonian's confidentiality and ensure data reliability, five years of data were combined for the following three health indicators:
VIEW MAPS: 2011 - 2015 | 2009 - 2013
This mapping application includes two cigarette use during pregnancy maps. They were created in response to a growing demand for tobacco use data at the county and census tract levels. To protect Oregonian's confidentiality and ensure data reliability, five years of data were combined for the following topics:
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NOTE: Census tract and ZIP code-level maps are only as accurate as the address information provided on the birth certificate. At least 95 percent of births recorded in Oregon contain sufficiently accurate address information to be geocoded at the level of residential address or street. For border counties, where residents regularly give birth in neighboring states, the accuracy of residential address information is dependent on that state's data collection procedures.
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