Regardless of whether or not the software can do it, the MOEs in such a
statistic would be so high as to render the numbers useless. There is just
a limit to what the ACS can do for us!
On Monday, August 15, 2016, Natalie Young <natalie.young(a)utah.edu> wrote:
Hello CTPP Users,
I am trying to use the CTPP software to obtain the number of residents of
each county in Utah who worked outside the United States. I am using the
2006-2010 5-year dataset. Please let me known if you have any direction on
how to obtain this data.
I set all counties in Utah as my residence geography (29 counties). I
selected all options for “Worked Outside United States” as the workplace
geography (there are only 3 selections). I selected Part 3 - table A302100
(total workers 16 and over) as my data table. I receive the response that
“no valid flows are available for your geographic selections – please
I have used CTPP to obtain flow data for the residents of each county in
Utah and their workplaces in Utah or the USA, by county. Data on working
outside the United States, however, is proving difficult. Is it possible to
obtain this data through the CTPP software?
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