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Accessing Regional Data: Bureau of Economic Analysis
when: Wednesday, February 18th, 3:00 - 4:00 pm
location: Olin Room 703
This presentation will provide an in-depth briefing on BEA’s regional data programs. Attendees will learn about BEA’s measures of economic activity at the state, county and metro-area levels. After a brief overview of how these measures are put together, the session will review the regional section of BEA’s website and provide insights on how to access the full range of regional economic statistics, including gross domestic product, personal income, and the new measures of regional price parities and personal consumption by state.
Presenter: Nicholas Empey, Chief, DAS Group, Regional Economic Directorate, Bureau of Economic Analysis
CISER's Senior Research Associate Warren Brown, CISER's Data Librarian Michelle Edwards, and CUL are hosting this event. We hope to see you there!
CISER Census 2010 SF2 Download Center
CISER is pleased to announce an easier way for you to get Census 2010 SF2 files. CISER enhanced the files to make them available in various different formats. For downloads and more information, visit the CISER Census 2010 SF2 Download Center web page.
Data Seal of Approval
- The data can be found on the Internet
- The data are accessible (clear rights and licences)
- The data are in a usable format
- The data are reliable
- The data are identified in a unique and persistent way
For more information see the Data Seal of Approval website.
CISER Census 2010 SF1 Download Center
CISER is pleased to announce an easier way for you to get Census 2010 SF1 Urban-Rural Update files. CISER enhanced the files to make them available in various different formats. For downloads and more information, visit the CISER Census 2010 SF1 Download Center web page.
Software Carpentry Bootcamp
The Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit (CSCU) is considering bringing a Software Carpentry Bootcamp to campus this summer. Before bringing such a workshop to Cornell, CSCU would like to gauge the level of interest. The workshop would be open to all members of the Cornell community. Please help by reading more about the program and taking a three-question survey.