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Oregon Tracking Data Explorer

 About the Data Explorer

Oregon Tracking is one of 26 states and one local health department funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that comprise a larger National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network. The Oregon Tracking Data Explorer provides dynamic maps, graphs and information about a broad range of environmental and health indicators and measures.

Data are organized into 4 broad categories: Environmental Quality, Health Outcomes, People and Community Design. These categories are further divided into topic areas with indicators and measures.

Select a category below to get started

 How to use the Data Explorer

  1. Choose an indicator.
  2. Click on a measure.
  3. Click on interactive maps, graphs and charts to explore the data.
  4. To view data in full screen mode, click the double arrow in the bottom right corner of the data window.
Environmental Quality

Environmental Quality

The air we breathe, water we drink and food we eat plays a vital role in our overall health.

 
Health Outcomes

Health Outcomes

Health outcomes reflect a population’s changing state of physical, mental and social well-being. This category includes acute and chronic conditions, and reproductive outcomes.

 

Coming Soon

People and Community Design


Environtmental Public Health Tracking

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