By Steve H. Murdock, David A. Swanson (auth.), Steve H. Murdock, David A. Swanson (eds.)
This paintings offers chosen, peer-reviewed papers from the Biennial convention on utilized Demography held in San Antonio, Texas on January 7-9 and backed by means of the Institute for Demographic and Socioeconomic learn on the college of Texas at San Antonio. The paintings includes chapters on numerous significant topical parts which are primary to utilized demography together with works on information Use and dimension, together with certain research of the yankee neighborhood Survey and grasp tackle dossier, inhabitants estimation and projection, utilized demography and healthiness, and surveys examples of utilized demographic research in such assorted components as city making plans, academic making plans, church choice, and private-sector advertising and marketing. The paintings additionally includes a part at the strategy of instructing utilized demographers delineating the categories of talents wanted via the utilized demographer and offering examples of a software designed to fulfill such wishes. eventually, the paintings provides starting and concluding chapters that succinctly delineate the present features and country of utilized demography and the demanding situations dealing with it within the coming many years. The paintings presents a good assessment of the kingdom of utilized demography initially of the 21st Century which could be of curiosity to all demographers and be applicable for adoption for classes in a number of disciplines together with demography, sociology, economics, geography, making plans, records and others.
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For example, the coverage ratio can be very low in student housing during the summer months. Still, for broad areas, the Census Bureau statisticians believe that a coverage ratio of less than one, which is nearly always the case, results from true ACS undercoverage. To address these issues, the ACS is controlled to the population estimates. Since the ACS is measured on a “current population basis” and the population estimates are produced on a “usual residence basis,” controlling one to the other requires forcing the detailed characteristics of the “current residence” population on to the number (by age, race, sex, Hispanic origin) of the “usual residence” population.
The profile was to include 63 geographic areas: the State of Michigan, 26 counties, 22 cities and townships, and 12 PUMAs to provide data for areas of the state not otherwise covered. The process for creating the profile entailed the following steps: 1. Write the table outlines, using our 2000 profile as a guide 2. Create an AFF query with the right geography and save it, so that we could “load query” each time we accessed the data set. 3. Identify the correct tables. 4. Download the tabulations to Excel.
The national ACS sample size is extremely large and, therefore, its sampling variance for large areas is small. For small groups or small areas, the sampling error can be quite large. In addition, an important source of non-sampling errors is coverage. 22 H. Hogan Relative coverage is measured by the ratio of the ACS “direct” estimates to those provided by the Population Estimates Program. The overall estimated coverage ratio of the ACS varies from year to year but trends about 95 percent relative to the population estimates, which are, in turn, based on the census coverage.
Applied Demography in the 21st Century: Selected Papers from the Biennial Conference on Applied Demography, San Antonio, Texas, January 7–9, 2007 by Steve H. Murdock, David A. Swanson (auth.), Steve H. Murdock, David A. Swanson (eds.)