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Canadian Census Analyser This link opens in a new window
The Canadian Census Analyser provides access to a variety of commonly requested Canadian Census data and documentation, produced by Statistics Canada. It includes Profile data at several levels of geography, and for several censuses, in some cases going back to 1961. It also provides access to the Census Individuals public use microdata files, and the Postal code conversion file. Users can create subsets and then output the results in a variety of formats.
ODESI This link opens in a new window Please Note:
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If you require PUMFs, please contact the Data Librarian Cody Fullerton
ODESI is a web-based data exploration, extraction, and analysis tool. Users can search for survey questions (variables) across thousands of datasets held in a growing number of collections, then tabulate and analyze results online.
SDA@CHASS (Survey Documentation and Analysis) This link opens in a new window
UT/DLS: Microdata Analysis and Subsetting provides interactive access to selected microdata files via Berkeley's software SDA (Survey Documentation and Analysis), maintained by Computing in the Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS) at the University of Toronto.
-among and within datafile variable-level searching
-analyses: cross-tabulations, comparison of means, correlations, multiple and logistic regression, with all standard measures of significance, direction etc.
-recoding and computing of new variables, including sharing recoded variables with others
-graphic display: bar, pie, line charts
-downloading fixed-field or csv format, subsets or entire datafile, and SAS, SPSS and/or Stata syntax, as well as DDI compliant XML
-Multi-lingual interface and content support