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Finding ABS Statistics for Economics
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Finding ABS Statistics for Economics

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  1. 1La Trobe University Finding ABS Statistics Use these slides to learn how to:  Access the ABS Database  Search by Topic  Search for a particular report  Search for any report  Find more information Image from ABS http://www.abs.gov.au CC BY 3.0 AU http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au/
  2. 2La Trobe University Accessing the ABS Database 1. From the Library homepage click on Databases 2. Select ‘A’ for ABS Statistics 3. Find the name of the database in the list Login with your University username and password Use the database ABS Statistics through the Library website to search for industry statistics.
  3. 3La Trobe University Search by Topic 1. Select Topics @ a Glance 2. Select Industry 3. Choose an industry 4. Select releases 5. Under Current Publications, choose the most recent report 6. Select Downloads to see the available data
  4. 4La Trobe University Search for a particular report The quickest way to find a report is to search for its catalogue number. A catalogue number is usually included with the citation. 1. Type the catalogue number into the search box and click search. 2. The report should appear first in the list of results. Click on the title to go to the report. If you cannot find a catalogue number, search for the title of the report instead. 3. Type as much of the title as you have into the search box. 4. Browse the results for the report you are searching for.
  5. 5La Trobe University Search for any report 1. Type some of the title into the search box and click search. 2. Browse the results or use the options on the left side to narrow your search.
  6. 6La Trobe University Need more information?  Online Library Guide for the ABS http://latrobe.libguides.com/content.php?pid=200629  How to search – see the Business and Management Library Skills Module http://latrobe.libguides.com/content.php?pid=184702&sid=1611449  Referencing – see the Academic Referencing Tool for examples of how to reference your sources using the Harvard Referencing Style http://www.lib.latrobe.edu.au/referencing-tool/harvard/  To reference ABS publications, see the examples under Government Publication > ABS Statistics

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