The adjusted census data are also available on the UC Berkeley website in a
From: Elizabeth Hartmann [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, January 08, 2003 8:14 AM
To: ctpp-news(a)chrispy.net; dvest(a)ci.pueblo.co.us
Subject: Re: [CTPP] ADJUSTED CENSUS COUNTS
Here's a possibility:
From just a quick look at the file(s) structure, what
you get when the files
are unzipped is something very similar to the SF1, 100%
please correct me if I'm off-the-wall, here). Way back when the
Redistricting files were released, someone on this listserve was kind enough
to share his (very user-friendly) SAS program. That program can be altered
for SF1, and with cut-and-paste, and a little tweaking, I believe the same
program can be used for the adjusted counts.
Haven't tried it yet, though.
Research Analysis Specialist
Minnesota Department of Transportation
Office of Investment Management
>> "Vest, Don"
<dvest(a)ci.pueblo.co.us> 01/07/03 06:51PM >>>
Pardon my ignorance, but
perhaps someone would be kind enough to suggest how
I might be able to at least view the data from the unzipped files. The
technical documentation referrs to a simple software program on the CD-ROM
disk which allows the data to be viewed--similar to what FactFinder does.
City of Pueblo
Dept. of Planning & Development