In this issue
|The Business Longitudinal Database CURF was released in late December 2011 and has proven popular with our clients. We also expect high demand for the Family Characteristics, Expanded CURF, Australia, 2009-10 and the Education and Work, Basic CURF, Australia, 2011. These CURFs are due for release in the first half of this year.|
An interesting development for the ABS has been the recent release of an evaluation version of Survey TableBuilder containing the Disability Ageing and Carers 2009 dataset. This Newsletter explains more about its release.
Please don't forget to continue to send us your citations. These citations help publicise your research and assist us in understanding how you use ABS CURFs.
Also included in this issue are links to our revised RADL and Responsible Use of CURF user manuals. I'm sure you will find these very useful. While we can't provide answers to all your questions we endeavour to provide a quality service.
On that note, I would add that we welcome your feedback about our service at any time.
Director, Microdata and Multidimensional-data Access Strategies