GUIDE TO USING THE TABBED PRODUCT PAGES
An ABS product is arranged in a series of tabbed pages. Each tab contains components of the product or information to help you better understand the product and use it to suit your requirements.
Figure 1: Example of an ABS tabbed product page
The Summary tab is the default entry page for each product. It provides a broad overview of the product. It may include a Media Release or Main Features. In some products, a Contents page and a list of Feature Articles may also be included. Main Features is a summary of the main findings of the publication, including key figures, tables and graphs.
Figure 2: Summary tab for an ABS product
The Downloads tab provides links to various detailed components of the product. These are grouped together into categories (e.g. publications, tables, time series spreadsheets, data cubes). All product components can be downloaded free of charge by clicking the file format icon. An 'order' link will be available where a publication is available to purchase. Links to information relating specific product components appear beside the component as an I-Note icon.
Figure 3: Downloads tab for an ABS product
Explanatory Notes Tab
The Explanatory Notes tab brings together information to help you better understand and make best use of the product. This tab may include general, explanatory and technical notes, list of abbreviations used, glossary and information on the data source.
Figure 4: Explanatory Notes tab for an ABS product
Related Information Tab
The Related Information tab lists other related ABS products. Its purpose is to identify similar products that could meet your requirements. For some products, including Census data, this tab can be used to find information for other regions.
Figure 5: Related Information tab for an ABS product
Past & Future Releases Tab
You will find details of the first release of this ABS product, along with other past releases of the product, under the Past and Future Releases tab. This tab provides access to other available releases of the product and details of when future releases will be published.
Figure 6: Past and Future Releases tab for an ABS product
This page last updated 15 June 2009