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Tuesday 22 October 2019
1270.0.55.003Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS): Volume 3 - Non ABS Structures, July 2019
Additional InformationAdditional information is being added to this publication. State Electoral Division Boundaries Volume 3 - Non ABS Structures Ed 2019.This will include new data cubes containing updated digital boundaries for the latest State Electoral Divisions. It also includes Census Tablebuilder Recodes.

Wednesday 23 October 2019
1406.0.55.003Responsible Use of ABS Microdata, User Guide
Replacement ContentUpdated DataLab Declaration of Compliance

Thursday 24 October 2019
1630.0Public Consultation - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Survey Workshops, 2019
First IssueThe Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is holding a series of face-to-face workshops in late 2019 to help us design a culturally appropriate approach to an upcoming Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health survey. Registration for the workshops is available at http://consult.abs.gov.au
4430.0Disability, Ageing and Carers, Australia: Summary of Findings, 2018
Contains summary results from the 2018 Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers (SDAC) conducted throughout Australia during the period July 2018 to March 2019.

This release includes analysis and data cubes focussing on national level data as well as relevant explanatory material. The Detailed Microdata product will be released into the DataLab at the same time as this Summary of Findings publication. Release of the TableBuilder is expected in late 2019 and release of the CURF is expected in the first quarter of 2020.
4430.0.30.002Microdata: Disability, Ageing and Carers, Australia, 2018
The following microdata products will be available from the Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers, Australia, 2018: - Detailed Microdata - TableBuilder - Basic CURF

The Detailed Microdata product will be released into the DataLab at the same time as the Summary of Findings. Release of the TableBuilder is expected in late 2019 and release of the CURF is expected in the first quarter of 2020.

To apply for access to the Detailed Microdata, TableBuilder or CURF products, register through the Microdata Access page on the ABS website.

These products provide data on people with disability, older people (aged 65 years or more) and people who care for people with disability or older people. Information available includes: need and receipt of assistance across common activities of daily living; specific impairments and underlying health conditions; education and employment restrictions; social and community participation; experience and impact of the caring role on carers; and standard demographic, labour force and other socio-economic information.

A detailed list of data items available from the Detailed Microdata, TableBuilder and CURF products can be accessed on the Downloads tab.

The microdata enables users to tabulate, manipulate and analyse data. Steps to confidentialise the dataset have been applied to ensure the integrity of data and maintain confidentiality of respondents. This includes removing any information that might uniquely identify an individual or household, reducing the level of detail for some items and collapsing some categories.

Approved users can combine information about people with disability, carers and other household members to enable in-depth studies of disability and carer issues.
6291.0.55.001Labour Force, Australia, Detailed - Electronic Delivery, September 2019
A range of Labour Force related Excel spreadsheets and Excel pivot tables. The monthly spreadsheets contain broad level data covering all the major items of the Labour Force Survey in time series format, including seasonally adjusted and trend estimates. The monthly pivot tables contain more detailed and cross classified original data than the spreadsheets.

Friday 25 October 2019
5204.0Australian System of National Accounts, 2018-19
Detailed presentation of annual national accounts data. Includes: main aggregates and productivity measures; sectoral accounts for households, financial and non-financial corporations, general government and the rest of the world; estimates of product, operating surplus, compensation of employees and other aggregates dissected by industry; tables of capital formation and capital stock; national balance sheets; flow of funds tables. Includes both current price and chain volume measures.
5217.0Australian National Accounts: Supply Use Tables, 2017-18
The Supply Use tables were introduced in the annual National Accounts in 1998 as an integral part of the annual compilation of the Australian System of National Accounts. They are used to ensure Gross Domestic Product is balanced for all three approaches (production, expenditure and income) and provide the annual benchmarks from which the quarterly estimates are compiled.

Monday 28 October 2019
No scheduled releases today.

Tuesday 29 October 2019
2037.0.30.001Microdata: Census of Population and Housing, 2016
Replacement ContentNew Census TableBuilder Pro datasets available. See updated TableBuilder Guest Basic and Pro Data Item List.

The 2016 Index of Household Advantage and Disadvantage (IHAD) is an experimental analytical index that summarises socio-economic advantage and disadvantage for households across Australia.

Household level socio-economic disadvantage relates to individual access to resources for people living within households and their ability to collectively share these resources in order to participate in society.

The IHAD complements the area level SEIFA; Index of Relative Socio-economic Advantage and Disadvantage (IRSAD) by allowing the relationship between area level disadvantage and household level disadvantage to be explored.
2079.0Census of Population and Housing: Community Profile, DataPack and TableBuilder Templates, Australia, 2016
Replacement ContentNew Census TableBuilder Pro datasets available. See updated TableBuilder Guest Basic and Pro Data Item List.

The 2016 Index of Household Advantage and Disadvantage (IHAD) is an experimental analytical index that summarises socio-economic advantage and disadvantage for households across Australia.

Household level socio-economic disadvantage relates to individual access to resources for people living within households and their ability to collectively share these resources in order to participate in society.

The IHAD complements the area level SEIFA; Index of Relative Socio-economic Advantage and Disadvantage (IRSAD) by allowing the relationship between area level disadvantage and household level disadvantage to be explored.