Accessing Australian Bureau of Statistics Microdata and the virtual DataLab

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Bond University

14 University Drive

Robina, QLD 4226

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This 1-hour session highlights the data assets managed by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), and how researchers can access it.

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If your research requires data about health, employment or population demographics, you are encouraged to attend this presentation by Talei Parker, Assistant Director ABS Data Services, who will present the ABS data assets available to researchers, such as :

MADIP - a data asset combining information on health, income, taxation, employment, and population demographics (including the Census)

Business Longitudinal Analysis Data Environment (BLADE) data tool - ATO data from Australian businesses.

Hosted by the Bond Business School and Library Services.

Dr Tim Hasso (Bond Business School ) is a current user of the ABS BLADE data tool.

Tiffany Mitchell, Bond Library Services & ABS Community of Practice (CoP) member, is the contact for information on accessing the ABS virtual DataLab.

In light of possible continuing changes in directives from Government and Heath authorities, this event is subject to change, cancellation and re-scheduling. If changes are made to the event, the University will attempt to provide 3 days’ notice. If the event is unable to be held in-person, a virtual event may still proceed if the nature and format of the event is able to be replicated in purpose and substance over the internet. It is acknowledged that some invitees may not be able to attend due to lockdown and travel restrictions. In such cases, the University means no offence, rather the invitation is one of courtesy.

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Bond University

14 University Drive

Robina, QLD 4226

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