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Using ACS Data for Block Groups Mapping to Identify Block Groups Accessing Via DataFerrett Improving Reliability
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Important Features and Limitations of the Current Release of the ACS 5-Year Summary File in DataFerrett December 2011 I. Introduction II. Important Features and Limitations of the DataFerrett Release on January 31, 2011 III. Known Bugs IV. Geography
I. Introduction What is available?. What should I do before accessing this dataset in DataFerrett? … go through the Supplement to the User Guide for the ACS Summary FileSupplement to the User Guide for the ACS Summary File How do I access the ACS Summary File data in DataFerrett? Differences between the data extracted from DataFerrett and the data downloaded from the Census Bureau FTP site Census Bureau FTP site user selects tables from a list and views or downloads the selected data.
II. Important Features and Limitations (partial list for presentation) All 930 detailed tables in the ACS Summary File are included All tables released at the census block group level are included Thematic mapping is available for several geographic summary levels For detailed information about the geographic areas for which a detailed table is available, see Appendix E of the ACS Summary File Tech Doc. New! Margins of Error (MOEs) are now treated as attibutes of the estimates. This means they are no longer selectable as independent variables. The user can now choose to include or exclude the margins of error in an extract. If they are to be included, they can be output in a separate file or interleaved with the estimates in a single extract file.