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Preprocessing the 1960-1970 U. S. Census Public Use Samples
James M. Sakoda and William J. Sakoda
Vol. 9, No. 3 (Aug., 1972), pp. 455-463
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2060866
Page Count: 9
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This is a report on computer programming undertaken to preprocess the 1960-1970 U. S. census public use samples to increase their accessibility. This includes wholesale recording into positive integers from 1 to N, with 0 reserved for "not applicable", combining household and person records, sorting records into ten 1/10,000 samples, compacting binary codes to fit on a single reel of tape, and the production of a revised set of formatted tapes.
Demography © 1972 Population Association of America