The MSA object allows you to return information at the metropolitan statistical area. Querying an MSA will return metadata about a specific MSA.

You can query it directly at the root. You can also nest it within another query that returns city data, like

Available Fields

FieldsDescription
BOUNDARY_NAME String!The source of the boundary, i.e. CBSA
CS_10 Int!Allowed values 0 or 1 where 1 indicates the MSA falls within the Case Shiller 10.
CS_20 Int!Allowed values 0 or 1where 1 indicates the MSA falls within the Case Shiller 20 metropolitan statistical areas
MSA_NAME String!Name of the metropolitan statistical area, i.e. Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI
PARCL_ID Int!Unique Parcl Index representing the precise geometry at that point in time
YEAR Int!Year designation for MSA boundary used

Available Nested Objects:

Object NameObject Description
amenties
amenities_aggregate
census
census_aggregate
cities
cities_aggregate
parcl_price_feed
parcl_price_feed_aggregate
weather
weather_aggregate

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