Sherrie— I only store MN and WI files on our server. You are looking for Illinois, and others?
For a while Cornell Univ was serving as repository for all the LODES/LED commuter data. http://download.vrdc.cornell.edu/onthemap/doc/ But their grant ended maybe 3 years ago – and main office of Census CES took on the data warehousing. Consequently, Cornell has not updated its collection in 3 years ??
I can forward your request – you are looking for Illinois – to the LEHD and CTPP listservs. Perhaps someone can hook you up.
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From: Sherrie Taylor [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 03, 2013 3:22 PM
To: Graham, Todd
Subject: Re: [State Data Centers] Federal statistical web sites
Hi, Todd! You don't by chance know of an ftp to download the LEHD commuter data? We're in the process of putting together a presentation and of course, we need that data to finish up!
Thanks for the links you sent - I've already tapped into them, too!
Sherrie J. Taylor, MPA
Demographics & Visualization
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Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115
Now that the Census website is down, anyone know of alternatives that
mirror the county business patterns website and data? The MO Data center
does not help in this regard.
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