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Top 10 things you need to know by Catherine Spisszak

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    • Census 2010 and ACS Top 10 Things You Need to Know Catherine Spisszak
      • July 12, 2011
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
      • 9. Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
      • 8. ACS vs. Census 2000 SF3 Variables
      • 7. Frequency of the ACS Survey
      • 6. ACS Single-Year and Multi-Year Estimates
      • 5. ACS Sample Size
      • 4. ACS Margin of Error
      • 3. Esri’s Reliability Symbol
      • 2. Benefits and Things to Consider
      • 1. Esri, Census 2010, and ACS
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
    • Census 2010 Release Schedule 2010
    • Census 2010 Release Schedule 2011
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
      • 9. Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
    • Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
      • What data was collected on your Census form?
      • But…there was so much more data in Census 2000?
        • Vehicles Available
        • Education
        • Marital Status
        • Income!!
        • Where did that data come from?
        • Census 2000 Long Form
        • Census 2000 SF3 Data
        • Census 2000 Summary File 3
    • Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010 LONG FORM American Community Survey (ACS)
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
      • 9. Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
      • 8. ACS vs. Census 2000 SF3 Variables
    • ACS vs. Census 2000 SF3 Variables
      • ACS Has New Tables
        • Fertility
        • Health Insurance Coverage
      • ACS Tables are Different
        • Age by Income Change
          • 2000 - Reported for 7 age intervals ( 10 -year age groups)
          • ACS - Reported for 4 age intervals ( 20 -year age groups)
        • What does this mean to the data user?
        • Product offerings will change
        • Some variables will not be comparable to Census 2000
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
      • 9. Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
      • 8. ACS vs. Census 2000 SF3 Variables
      • 7. Frequency of the ACS Survey
    • Frequency of the ACS Survey
      • ACS is a continuous survey.
        • Survey is conducted monthly.
        • Data is released annually.
      • Census 2000 SF3 data was released once.
      • What does this mean to the data user?
        • More frequent updates of data will be available.
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
      • 9. Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
      • 8. ACS vs. Census 2000 SF3 Variables
      • 7. Frequency of the ACS Survey
      • 6. ACS Single-Year and Multi-Year Estimates
    • ACS Single-Year and Multi-Year Estimates
      • Census 2000 and 2010 represent point estimates.
        • One single date
      • ACS Data represents period estimates (averages).
        • Period of time
      • What does this mean to the data user?
        • ACS data is not comparable to Census 2000 data
        • Different variable definitions, data collection methods and reporting
        • Monthly surveys require different reference periods
      Data Product Population Threshold 1-year estimates 65,000+ 3-year estimates 20,000+ 5-year estimates All areas
    • ACS Single-Year and Multi-Year Estimates
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
      • 9. Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
      • 8. ACS vs. Census 2000 SF3 Variables
      • 7. Frequency of the ACS Survey
      • 6. ACS Single-Year and Multi-Year Estimates
      • 5. ACS Sample Size
      • Census 2000 SF3 represents 1 in 6 households.
      • ACS represents 1 in 40 households.
      • What does this mean to the data user?
        • Smaller sample sizes impact small area estimates.
        • Will need to incorporate estimates of sampling error.
      ACS Sample Size 18.3 Million 3 Million
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
      • 9. Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
      • 8. ACS vs. Census 2000 SF3 Variables
      • 7. Frequency of the ACS Survey
      • 6. ACS Single-Year and Multi-Year Estimates
      • 5. ACS Sample Size
      • 4. ACS Margin of Error
      • What is the Margin of Error?
        • How is the Margin of Error reported?
      ACS Margin of Error 2000 ACS
    • ACS Margin of Error
      • What does this mean for the data user?
        • It is necessary to incorporate the MOE when using ACS data.
        • All data orders and reports with ACS data will show all the estimate, the estimate MOE, and the percent.
          • This will increase file sizes and change report display.
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
      • 9. Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
      • 8. ACS vs. Census 2000 SF3 Variables
      • 7. Frequency of the ACS Survey
      • 6. ACS Single-Year and Multi-Year Estimates
      • 5. ACS Sample Size
      • 4. ACS Margin of Error
      • 3. Esri’s Reliability Symbol
    • Esri’s Reliability Symbol
      • You do not need to interpret the Margin of Error.
      • Esri will do it for you.
    • Esri’s Reliability Symbol
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
      • 9. Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
      • 8. ACS vs. Census 2000 SF3 Variables
      • 7. Frequency of the ACS Survey
      • 6. ACS Single-Year and Multi-Year Estimates
      • 5. ACS Sample Size
      • 4. ACS Margin of Error
      • 3. Esri’s Reliability Symbol
      • 2. ACS Benefits and Things to Consider
    • Benefits and Things to Consider
      • Benefits -
      • ACS provides access to more frequent data releases
      • ACS means annual updates of variables not previously available from Esri
      • Things to Consider -
      • Geography Differences
      • Accuracy of small area data questionable
      • Comparability issues
      • Use of totals is not recommended
    • Census 2010 and ACS
      • Top 10 Things You Need to Know
      • 10. Census 2010 Release Schedule
      • 9. Unprecedented Changes with Census 2010
      • 8. ACS vs. Census 2000 SF3 Variables
      • 7. Frequency of the ACS Survey
      • 6. ACS Single-Year and Multi-Year Estimates
      • 5. ACS Sample Size
      • 4. ACS Margin of Error
      • 3. Esri’s Reliability Symbol
      • 2. ACS Benefits and Things to Consider
      • 1. Esri, Census 2010, and ACS
    • Esri, Census 2010, and ACS
      • Esri will have FOUR data releases in 2011.
        • 2005 – 2009 ACS Data – Released by Esri in April 2011.
        • Census 2010 Redistricting Data – Released by Esri in May 2011.
        • Census 2010 SF1 Data – Planned release by Esri in Early Fall 2011.
        • 2011/2016 Esri Updated Demographic Data
          • Will be based on Census 2010 and in 2010 Geography!
          • Q4 Release Planned – Subject to Census Bureau Release
          • New roster of variables
      • Our Goal in 2011 is to provide the most accurate data in the most timely manner.
    • Where to Learn More
    • Esri Data Resource Center
      • www.esri.com/acs
    • Wednesday Time Title Room 8.30 Census 2010 and the Data User 32A 10 A Preview of Business Analyst Desktop 10.1 Demo Theater 10.15 American Community Survey (ACS) and the Data User 32A 11 A Preview of Business Analyst Server 10.1 Demo Theater 1.30 Esri Business Analyst – Economic Gardening & Economic Development 32A 2 Esri Demographic, Lifestyle and Business Data Demo Theater 3 Perform Site Selection On-the-Go with the Business Analyst Mobile App Demo Theater 3.15 Segmentation Data for Community & Market Analysis 32A
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