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The Basic Longitudinal Extract (2011) contains key demographic, social, healthcare, government payment and income information spanning 2011-2016 for the Australian population in 2011. This information is sourced from:
The Basic Longitudinal Extract (2011-2016 Cohorts) contains key demographic, social, healthcare, education, government payment and income information spanning 2011-2016 for the resident Australian population between 1 January 2011 and 31 December 2016. This information is sourced from:
MADIP microdata products can be used to study how socioeconomic characteristics predict government service usage and changes over time. These datasets also allow for analysis of changes in social, health and economic outcomes for sub-populations such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, young people, older Australians, welfare recipients, and regional communities.
APPLYING FOR ACCESS
Researchers who are affiliated with Australian Government or academic research organisations can apply for access to use MADIP microdata in DataLab for in-depth analysis using a range of statistical software packages.
Information about the DataLab can be found on the Using the DataLab and About the DataLab pages.
To find out how to apply for access to MADIP microdata in the DataLab, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ABS is trialling access to MADIP microdata via Protari – a tool with a web-based Table Interface and an application programming interface (API). Participation in the trial is open to analysts associated with Australian Government agencies. The MADIP Basic Longitudinal Extract, 2011-2016 (2011 Cohort) microdata product is currently available via Protari.
More information about Protari and the access trial is available on the Using Protari and Protari pages.
To find out how to participate in the trial, contact email@example.com.
Test files containing false, randomised data based on the MADIP products are available from the Downloads tab. The data in the test files is not real. The purpose of the test files is to allow users to become familiar with the product structure and prepare code/programs prior to accessing the actual microdata in the DataLab. For more information, see the MADIP Basic Longitudinal Extract, 2011-2016 (2011 Cohort) DataLab Test File and the MADIP Basic Longitudinal Extract, 2011-2016 (2011-2016 Cohorts) DataLab Test File pages.
Further information to assist users in understanding and accessing microdata is available from the Microdata Entry Page.
User Guides for the MADIP microdata products are available for authorised researchers to access in the DataLab.
For additional information about and support for using the microdata products, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For technical support in using the DataLab, contact email@example.com or call (02) 6252 7714.
For technical support in using the Protari tool, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MADIP Consultation and independent Privacy Impact Assessment page provides further information about the independently conducted assessment of MADIP’s compliance with the Australian Privacy Principles and targeted stakeholder consultation.
Further information about ABS statistical data integration is available on the ABS Data Integration page.
For further information about these and related statistics, contact the National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070 or email email@example.com.
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