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In addition to the “Kentucky: By the Numbers” data series, the program also provides publications on finding and using data. 

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New and Updated Publications

By the Numbers:  Finding and Using Data from the Internet

Julie N. Zimmerman and Cameron McAlister

 

Following the 2020 Census: Responses in Your County

       Julie N. Zimmerman

 

The 2020 Census: Why it Counts to be Counted

       Julie N. Zimmerman

  

And Now for the Grain of Salt:  Margins of Error and the American Community Survey

Julie N. Zimmerman and Cameron McAlister

 

New Kid in Town:  Understanding Data from the American Community Survey

Julie N. Zimmerman and Cameron McAlister


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The 2020 Census: Why it Counts to be Counted

       Julie N. Zimmerman

  

By the Numbers:  Finding and Using Data from the Internet

Julie N. Zimmerman and Cameron McAlister

  

What Counts? Understanding Data on Jobs, Income, and Unemployment
Julie N. Zimmerman

 

And Now for the Grain of Salt:  Margins of Error and the American Community Survey

Julie N. Zimmerman and Cameron McAlister

 

New Kid in Town:  Understanding Data from the American Community Survey

Julie N. Zimmerman and Cameron McAlister

 

Data Availability from the American Community Survey (Alphabetic Order)
Julie N. Zimmerman


All Publications

The 2020 Census: Why it Counts to be Counted

       Julie N. Zimmerman

 

Help with the American Community Survey

 

And Now for the Grain of Salt:  Margins of Error and the American Community Survey

Julie N. Zimmerman and Cameron McAlister

  

New Kid in Town:  Understanding Data from the American Community Survey

Julie N. Zimmerman and Cameron McAlister

 

(2016) New Kid in Town: Understanding Data from the American Community Survey
Julie N. Zimmerman

   

(2016) And Now for the Grain of Salt: Margins of Error and the American Community Survey
Julie N. Zimmerman

  

More than the Top Ten: A Resource for Questions about the American Community Survey
Julie N. Zimmerman

  

Cautionary Tales: Comparing the American Community Survey with Data from the Decennial Census
Julie N. Zimmerman

 

Quick List: Comparing the 2009 American Community Survey (ACS) with the 2000 Census Long Form
Julie N. Zimmerman

  

Data From the American Community Survey

 

Data Availability from the American Community Survey (Alphabetic Order)
Julie N. Zimmerman

 

Data Availability from the American Community Survey for Kentucky Counties
Julie N. Zimmerman

 

Data Availability for Extension Districts from the American Community Survey
Julie N. Zimmerman

 

Charts and Graphs

 

A Picture is Worth... Using a Newer Program to Make Charts and Graphs with Data from the American Community Survey
Julie N. Zimmerman

 

A Picture is Worth... Using an Older Program to Make Charts and Graphs with Data from the American Community Survey
Julie N. Zimmerman

 

Finding, Using and Understanding Online Data

 

By the Numbers: Finding and Using Data from the Internet
Julie N. Zimmerman

 

What Counts? Understanding Data on Jobs, Income, and Unemployment
Julie N. Zimmerman

 

Understanding the Baby Boom Bubble
Julie N. Zimmerman and Amy F. Hosier

 

The 2010 Census: New Decade, New Data
Julie N. Zimmerman

 

It Counts To Be Counted: Answers to Questions about the 2010 Census
Julie N. Zimmerman


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