Housing Patterns

Metropolitan Area (as defined on June 6, 2003) Text Files and Description

The Text files only contain data -- no labels, no table headers, no titles. A description of the contents of the files is provided below and in the "README" file in the Text file directory.

I.   File Organization:

     The files in the Residential Housing Patterns directory contain 19 indexes of
     residential housing patterns for each race/ethnicity group and metropolitan
     area/division (as defined on June 6, 2003). There is one record per 
     race/ethnicity group and metropolitan area/division. There is one file 
     for each year and each race/ethnicity group and one file for each year with 
     all groups combined. All indexes were calculated using Non-Hispanic Whites as 
     the reference group.  The unit of analysis is the census tract.  The number 
     of race/ethnicity groups and metropolitan areas/divisions are indicated below.

                         Number of                 Number of
             Year   Race/Ethnicity Groups  Metropolitan Areas/Divisions

             2000            6                        380

     Note: Residential Housing Pattern Indexes can only be shown for metropolitan
           areas with a minority population of 100 or more for the group in 

II. File Names: 2000 Files: The Unit of Analysis is the Census Tract rs2000ALL_metro.dat ALL race/ethnicity groups rs2000aian_metro.dat American Indian and Alaska Native rs2000api_metro.dat Asian and Pacific Islander rs2000asian_metro.dat Asian rs2000nhopi_metro.dat Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander rs2000black_metro.dat Black or African American rs2000hisp_metro.dat Hispanic
III. Record Layout Position Variable 1- 4 Year 6- 10 Race/Ethnicity group 12- 16 Core-Based Statistical Area (CBSA) code 18- 89 Core-Based Statistical Area (CBSA) name 91- 99 Metropolitan area total population 101-109 Metropolitan area minority population 111-117 Atkinson index with b=.1 (A1) 119-125 Atkinson index with b=.5 (A5) 127-133 Atkinson index with b=.9 (A9) 135-141 Absolute Centralization index (ACE) 143-149 Absolute Clustering index (ACL) 151-157 Absolute Concentration index (ACO) 159-165 Correlation ratio or Eta squared (V) 167-173 Dissimilarity index (D) 175-181 Distance Decay Isolation index (DPxx*) 183-189 Distance Decay Interaction index (DPxy*) 191-197 Duncan's Delta index (DEL) 199-205 Entropy index (H) 207-213 Gini index (G) 215-221 Interaction index (xPy*) 223-229 Isolation index (xPx*) 231-237 Relative Centralization index (RCE) 239-245 Relative Clustering index (RCL) 247-253 Relative Concentration index (RCO) 255-261 Spatial Proximity index (SP)

Contact the HHES Information area at 301-763-3242 or visit ask.census.gov for further information on Housing Patterns Data.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division
Last Revised: September 30, 2011