The estimate for each census tract represents an average that was derived from multiple years of Colorado Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System data (2013-2016).CDPHE used a model-based approach to measure the relationship between age, race, gender, poverty, education, location and health conditions or risk behavior indicators and applied this relationship to predict the number of persons' who have the health conditions or risk behavior for each census tract in Colorado. We then applied these probabilities, based on demographic stratification, to the 2012-2016 American Community Survey population estimates and determined the percentage of adults with the health conditions or risk behavior for each census tract in Colorado.The estimates are based on statistical models and are not direct survey estimates. Using the best available data, CDPHE was able to model census tract estimates based on demographic data and background knowledge about the distribution of specific health conditions and risk behaviors.The estimates are displayed in both the map and data table using point estimate values for each census tract and displayed using a Quintile range. The high and low value for each color on the map is calculated based on dividing the total number of census tracts in Colorado (1249) into five groups based on the total range of estimates for all Colorado census tracts. Each Quintile range represents roughly 20% of the census tracts in Colorado. No estimates are provided for census tracts with a known population of less than 50. These census tracts are displayed in the map as "No Est, Pop No estimates are provided for 7 census tracts with a known population of less than 50 or for the 2 census tracts that exclusively contain a federal correctional institution as 100% of their population. These 9 census tracts are displayed in the map as "No Estimate."
The estimates provided in the data tables and maps within this application are for informational purposes and there are no restrictions for using or disseminating this data set.Users of the data should consider factors such as the data source, time period, assignment of geography, statistical reliability, and calculation of rate.The State of Colorado and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment assumes no liability to the completeness, correctness, or fitness for use of this data set.Please contact the Health Statistics Section at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for more information on how these data were assembled, consultation on using this data set, or to request additional access to this data.The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of data from external sources. The information contained in the data tables or maps may be periodically updated, corrected or revised as needed by CDPHE.
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