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Census Statistics Websites
American Factfinder: An easy entry point for census data. Information can be found by community name or
zipcode. Advanced search can narrow your request or you can be walked through the search using guided search.
American Community Survey
: The American Community Survey (ACS) is a mandatory, ongoing statistical survey that samples a small percentage of the population every year -- giving communities the information they need to plan investments and services.
Census Explorer: Entry point for looking at subsets of census data by state and county. "Make new discoveries about your neighborhood and how its changed with the U.S. Census Bureau’s new interactive map, Census Explorer. See where stores and online retail are located in Census Explorer: Retail Edition. And see how the U.S. gets to work in Census Explorer: Commuting Edition."
Statistical Abstract of the United States 2012-2013: the national data book by
Call Number: HA202 .U6 2012
Publication Date: 2012
The Statistical Abstract of the United States 2012-2013 is a fascinating and authoritative collection of facts and figures covering virtually every aspect of American life.
Quantitative Methods Social Science by
Call Number: e-book
Publication Date: 2003
1. Introduction: the role of numbers in research; 2. Finding secondary data: the ''idle'' researcher; 3. Simple analysis?: index wars and other battles; 4. Sampling: the basis of all research; 5. Surveying the field: questionnaire design; 6. Simple non-parametric statistics: minding your table manners; 7. Research claims: modelling the social world; 8. Experimental approaches: a return to the gold standard?; 9. Elementary parametric tests: what do they signify?; 10. Progress via regression: introducing correlations. 11. Combining approaches: a ''compleat'' researche
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