Draw a line on a map.
Get cut-and-paste-ready environmental data about your project.
Get your data faster. Draw your project on Cubit's Interactive Map. If you want, select a buffer, and give your project a name. And there it is: environmental data ready to be cut and pasted in your project document.
No specialized training needed. We don't even have a user's manual. If you can click a mouse, you can get data for your project in seconds.
Need to fine-tune your project? No worries. Click on your drawn project to make minor adjustments, and instantly update your report. Get an entirely new alternative from the engineer? No problem. Clear the map, and draw the new alignment. Now you can pull data faster than the engineers can draw new alignments.
No raw data here. Summations, percentages, ranges and rank calculations are included. For example, get the summed minority percentage for your project area. Know the income ranges of local residents. Find out the 5 most-often spoken languages in your project area before you advertise for public involvement events.
Cubit Reports help you analyze data. For example, formulas are included that report the likelihood of LEP populations in the area. Know if there are language groups that exceed the Department of Justice's Safe Harbor threshold of 5%. Focus on decision-making, not data crunching.
Engineering shifts? Take them in stride. Formulas automatically recalculate as you make changes to your drawn project on the map. It's time to uncomplicate quantitative analysis.
Cubit Reports make it easy to incorporate your project data into other documents. Cut and paste directly from Cubit Reports into Microsoft Word or other popular word processing tools. No horoscopes needed to check our compatibility. We play nice with others.
All reports come with a downloadable Microsoft Word version. Send off a quick email to an engineer or subcontractor with your Cubit Report attached as a Word document. After all, numbers are the universal language, and you should be able to quickly share your work.
You'll cite the original data source, which you'll likely recognize. For example, the 2000 Census contributes current demographic data. The 1990 Census provides historic population data. Your State's Data Center offers future population projections. And the Department of Health and Human Services supplies annual poverty guidelines.
Citations are a snap with Cubit Reports. At the bottom of each table, there is a row with data source information. At the end of each report, there is a list of cut-and-paste ready citations to include in your Resources Cited section. While they are not sexy, properly documented data sources are must. With Cubit Reports, you can cut and paste citations, and then, move on to your next task.
I could see us tweaking it a little and copy/pasting right in the document — which would save us hours of time. — Sarah Itz, NEPA Project Coordinator at CP&Y, Inc.