CLIENT CONSULTATION - THANK YOU
In November 2009, the CURF Newsletter included an article about a new ABS project that is looking at strategies for making microdata available to users in a more flexible way. See 'New directions for microdata access'.
We invited our readers to contact us and contribute their ideas or comments. We also contacted a selection of microdata users to ask them how they currently use microdata and the type of microdata analysis they might like to do in the future.
We'd like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who gave us their thoughts, ideas and time. Your contributions were invaluable and are helping us plan for microdata products and services that will meet our clients' microdata needs into the future.
And it's not too late to contribute your views and ideas about current or future ABS microdata access. To do so, please contact Kim Farley-Larmour (Director of Microdata Access Strategies) or Michelle Gifford (Assistant Director) at email@example.com.
This page last updated 26 May 2010