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2001 Census Programme Using the Census for contemporary and historical research ESRC Research Methods Festival Oxford, July 2004.

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1 2001 Census Programme Using the Census for contemporary and historical research ESRC Research Methods Festival Oxford, July 2004

2 2001 Census Programme Programme Introduction to 2001 Census programme David Martin Understanding area-level inequality and change Myles Gould Understanding individual differences Mark Brown Census Resources David Martin Tea Exploring space and time Ian Gregory Isonymic analysis of historical data Malcolm Smith Close

3 2001 Census Programme Introduction to 2001 Census Programme David Martin Programme Coordinator July 2004

4 2001 Census Programme Overview 2001 Census –Key features –Principal output products 2001 Census programme –Scope of programme –Data support units

5 2001 Census Programme 2001 Census 29 April 2001 Innovations in collection, imputation and geography design One Number 58,789,194 Detailed data products from Spring 2003 Most detailed and comprehensive data source for socioeconomic research

6 2001 Census Programme 2001 Census Multiple output products –Aggregate statistics –Boundaries –Interaction data –Microdata –Lookup tables –Metadata NB national differences –England and Wales; Scotland; Northern Ireland

7 2001 Census Programme Continuation of previous ESRC/JISC Census programme –Data purchase –User licensing and registration –Data support units –Not research per se 2001 datasets and all previous holdings – including census- related datasets

8 2001 Census Programme Current issues Underenumeration in certain areas (Manchester/Westminster) Errors in bulk delivery CAS tables previously supplied by ONS Ongoing SARs specification and access difficulties Acquisition of new and old postcode directories

9 2001 Census Programme Data support units Census Dissemination Unit UKBORDERS Census Interaction Data Service Centre for Census and Survey Research Centre for Longitudinal Study Information and User Support Census Registration Service

10 2001 Census Programme For more information and links to all services

11 2001 Census Programme 2001 Census Resources David Martin

12 2001 Census Programme Resources by unit CDU – aggregate statistics UKBORDERS – boundary data CCSR – SARs CIDS – Interaction datasets CeLSIUS – ONS LS CRU – User registration CHCC – additional resources

13 2001 Census Programme CDU, Manchester Casweb/CommonGIS –1981 SAS –1991 NI SAS, GB SAS, LBS –2001 Key Statistics, Standard Tables… being added Convert –1999 AFPD

14 2001 Census Programme CDU services Integrated access to statistical and boundary data through Casweb/CommonGIS (1991) Access to secondary datasets and software tools Quality assurance and maintenance of datasets

15 2001 Census Programme UKBORDERS, Edinburgh Census-derived digital boundary data –1991 ED-line, GROS datasets –2001 OA datasets, E&W, S, NI –ESRC-funded 1971/81 ED data Numerous derived boundary sets Geography lookup tables

16 UKBORDERS services Web access including QuickDownload for popular datasets New BoundarySelector including extraction, generalisation and reformatting tools Quality assurance and maintenance of boundary datasets

17 2001 Census Programme New UKBORDERS…

18 2001 Census Programme CIDS, Leeds/St Andrews Interaction datasets (workplace, migration) –1981, 1991 –Re-estimated 1981 flows for 1991 geography –2001 data now delivered NB Data specification and delivery delays

19 2001 Census Programme CIDS services Web-based information system for access to data on interaction flows between origins and destinations (WICID) Provision of boundary data and re-estimation of 1981 migrant flows for 1991 geographical areas (excluding origins not-stated)

20 2001 Census Programme WICID map selection tool for query construction

21 2001 Census Programme CCSR, Manchester Samples of Anonymised records –1991 household and individual SARs –2001 SARs specification: individual file October 2004 NB Data specification and delivery delays: impacts of disclosure control

22 2001 Census Programme CCSR, Manchester Direct download (inc. with analysis software NSDstat) Explore and subset online with Nesstar Light Specification and testing of SARs files Development of data in secure- setting

23 2001 Census Programme Online analysis with Nesstar Lite

24 2001 Census Programme CeLSIUS, LSHTM Support for academic research users of the ONS Longitudinal Study Projects approved by LS Research Board Interface between researcher and confidential LS database Online training and documentation

25 2001 Census Programme The Longitudinal Study Individual records, linked between censuses since first sample drawn from 1971 census Including births, deaths, cancer registrations Approx 1% of population selected by birthday (over 800,000 study members) 2001 linkage launch: 21 Sept 2004

26 2001 Census Programme CRS, Essex Online registration and datasets permissions for 4 services: –CDU, UKBORDERS, CIDS, CCSR ATHENS SSO User helpdesk 12,420 registered users at 15 April 2004 Licensing and reporting

27 2001 Census Programme User registration

28 2001 Census Programme Dataset special conditions

29 2001 Census Programme Data licensing framework Data redistribution through the ESRC/JISC programme Census offices/ data providers ESRC Data registrar Data redistributors End users JISC

30 CHCC Collection of Historical and Contemporary Censuses JISC-funded (not ESRC/JISC Census Programme) learning and teaching resources –Historical –CAS –SARs

31 Census Resource Discovery Catalogue of census data and associated L&T materials available to UK HE and FE Coverage –CHCC learning resources –CAS –SARs

32 2001 Census Programme For more information and links to all services


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