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Online Statistical Data Analysis

The CUNY Data Service at CUR has developed this site to enable users including the larger CUNY community to undertake statistical data analysis of selected US Census Bureau datasets via the Web.

The online statistical data analysis program uses a system called Survey Documentation and Analysis (SDA) that was developed and maintained by the Computer Assisted Survey Methods Program (CSM) at the University of California, Berkeley. More information about these programs is available at the SDA Web site.

Online statistical data analysis enables users to perform online analysis directly over the Web without downloading files. This is especially useful for users who do not have statistical software installed on their current workstation.

Datasets available from the Center for Urban Research:

  1. Census 2000 Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) data for New York City, New York State and for the entire USA
  2. 2005 American Community Survey for the entire USA including Puerto Rico, New York City, New York State and the New York Metropolitan Area.
  3. 2006 Current Population Survey, March Supplement is also available.

Online data analysis is ideal for users who would like to:

  • Frequencies and crosstabulations (including charts)
  • Comparisons of means
  • Correlation matrix
  • Comparisons of correlations
  • Regression (ordinary least squares)
  • Logit and probit regression
  • List values of individual cases

Create new variables

  • Recode one or more variables
  • Compute a new variable

To learn more about the SDA utilities, consult the online help files for SDA users provided by the Computer-assisted Survey Methods Program (CSM) at the University of California, Berkeley.

Datasets:

    1. 2000 Census PUMS
    2. 2005 American Community Survey
    3. 2006 Annual Social and Economic (ASEC) Survey
    4. ES202 Data for 2000 through 2005 (available soon)

 

2005 American Community Survey (ACS)

The American Community Survey will replace the long form in the 2010 Census. The ACS will become the main source of data for social, housing and economic characteristics for the United States and Puerto Rico. For more details about the ACS visit http://www.census.gov/acs/www/UseData/index.htm.

    1. 2005 ACS for New York City
    2. 2005 ACS for the New York Metropolitan Area
    3. 2005 ACS for the United States and Puerto Rico

 

For help with SDA click the online help files for SDA users.

 

Current Population Survey:

 

2006 Annual Social and Economic Survey (ASEC)

 

For details about labor force statistics from the Current Population Survey visit the US Department of Labor’s Current Population Survey Home page at: http://www.bls.gov/cps/home.htm.

The Current Population Surveys are the main source of monthly information on labor force characteristics of the US population including statistics on employment, unemployment and earnings. The March survey (available for analysis here) contains data regarding health insurance plans including personal health insurance, Medicare and Medicaid, etc.

For more information visit http://www.census.gov/cps/.

Current Population Survey: Annual Social and Economic (ASEC) Survey, 2006

For help with SDA click the online help files for SDA users