WASHINGTON, July 21, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S. Census Bureau today released new products from the American Community Survey, including 2014 Supplemental Estimates Tables, 2010-2014 Variance Replicate Estimate Tables and a new statistical testing spreadsheet.
2014 Supplemental Estimates Tables
Select single-year American Community Survey statistics are now available. The 2014 Supplemental Estimates Tables consist of 58 detailed tables for geographies with populations of 20,000 or more. These supplemental estimates are available through American FactFinder and the Census Bureau's application programming interface. The estimates are available for the same geographic summary levels as those in the American Community Survey 1-year dataset.
2010-2014 Variance Replicate Estimate Tables
The 2010-2014 Variance Replicate Estimate Tables are expanded versions of 107 detailed tables published in American FactFinder on topics such as commuting, place of birth, income, poverty, health insurance, language spoken at home and occupation. The tables include a set of 80 variance replicate estimates that allow data users to calculate margins of error when combining American Community Survey estimates within a table or between geographies. The 2010-2014 Variance Replicate Estimate Tables will be available on the FTP site with links available in American FactFinder.
New Statistical Testing Spreadsheet Tool
The statistical testing spreadsheet is a new American Community Survey tool that helps users make statistically sound comparisons. The tool allows users to carry out statistical testing for two or more American Community Survey estimates using margins of error to determine whether or not the estimates are significantly different (higher or lower) from each other.
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