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IPUMS Online Data Analysis System Tutorials

Product: Video Tutorial

Author: Alicia VanOrman

Date: April 23, 2018

The IPUMS online data analysis system provides a way to create custom tabulations and analyses from microdata, such as from the American Community Survey Public Use Microdata Sample (ACS PUMS) files and the Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS ASEC), without using statistical software.

PRB developed a tutorial series to introduce data users to the system and provide step-by-step guidance for two key applications. Our tutorials use data from the ACS PUMS, although the methods discussed can be used with any of the datasets available through the IPUMS online data analysis system.

These tutorials were funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. We thank them for their support, but acknowledge that the material presented in this video is by PRB alone and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Foundation.

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How to create a custom tabulation of American Community Survey data

How to create a custom tabulation of American Community Survey data

This tutorial gives step by step instructions on how to create a custom tabulation of American Community Survey data using IPUMS online data analysis tool.

How to create a custom tabulation of American Community Survey data Video thumbnail

How to create a custom tabulation of American Community Survey data

How to create a custom tabulation of American Community Survey data

This tutorial gives step by step instructions on how to disaggregate American Community Survey data by race and ethnicity using IPUMS online data analysis tool.

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How to use tools provided by IPUMs to analyze data for counties and cities

How to use tools provided by IPUMs to analyze data for counties and cities

This tutorial gives step by step instructions on how to use tools provided by IPUMs to analyze data for counties and cities using the ACS PUMS files.