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Data Analysis

 

SDA is a set of programs for the documentation and analysis of survey data. These programs are developed and maintained by the Computer-assisted Survey Methods Program (CSM) at the University of California, Berkeley. More information about these programs is available at the SDA Web site . The links below demonstrate some of SDA's Web capabilities.

Each of the links below start up SDA's HSDA program. The HSDA program reads the HTML archive specification file (HARC file) to determine which codebooks, datasets, and analysis programs are available and where they are located. Unless HSDA is being run in debugging mode, the program then generates an HTML option selection form, displays the form on the user's browser, and waits for the user to select one of the available actions to take. The HSDA program can be invoked in various ways. (For more information see the "hsda" entry in the online SDA 1.2 Manual.) However, the name of a dataset specified in that file. Twin cities data has been converted to the SDA format for the year 1990 and 2000

TC 1990
TC 2000
Anchorage

Federal Highway Administration

The United States Department of Transportation provides funding for the project.

Minnesota Population Center

The Minnesota Population Center provides Information Technology support for the project.

NuStats

NuStats provides data assistance for the project.