Australian Bureau of Statistics
2902.0 - Census Update (Newsletter), Apr 2001
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 05/06/2001
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CDATA96 and Add-On Datapaks - now even better value!
This profile contains 17 tables of labour force and related data on the characteristics of employed people who are included in the journey to work study areas.
If you need accurate demographic data based on where people usually live then the usual Residents Profile is invaluable.
Expanded Community Profile
The Expanded Community Profile contains more detailed versions of some BCP tables as well as additional tables. For example, "Occupation" in the BCP has 11 categories while in the Expanded Profile there are 116.
The Indigenous Profile provides 26 tables for Indigenous Areas, ATSIC Regions, States and Territories. The first three tables of selected characteristics are available at Indigenous Locations.
This profile contains the Estimated Resident Population counts by Statistical Local Area by five year age groups and sex as at 30 June 1991 and 1996, based on the 1996 Census boundaries.
SEIFA96 provides five indexes which enable the grouping of Australians according to their socio-economic attributes. It provides an index/comparison tool for assessing areas according to urban or rural advantage, economic resources, education and occupation. It is essential for identifying areas of higher and lower socio-economic advantage for academic and marketing research. SEIFA96 can be used as a Add-On Datapak to CDATA96 or can be just as effectively used as a stand-alone product.
Datapaks can be mapped, tabulated, graphed or exported in the same way as the Basic and Time Series Profiles within CDATA96.
If you would like more information or would like to arrange an obligation free demonstration of CDATA96 or SEIFA96 contact the National Information Service on 1300 135 070 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Overseas clients please call 61 2 9268 4909.
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This page last updated 25 July 2007