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|Census 2000 Gateway | Glossary|
|Census 2000 Topic Reports and Corresponding Evaluation Reports|
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|Topic Report Title||Format||Release Date|
|Address List Development in Census 2000
(This report, originally issued on 09/26/03, was reissued to correct two editorial changes.)
|Automation of Census 2000 Processes||08/08/03|
|Census 2000 Data Capture||08/08/03|
|Census 2000 Ethnographic Studies||02/09/04|
|Content and Data Quality in Census 2000
(This report, originally issued on 09/30/03, was reissued to correct editorial and minor content changes.)
|Coverage Improvement in Census 2000 Enumeration||09/29/03|
|Coverage Measurement from the Perspective of March 2001 A.C.E.||09/03/03|
|Data Collection in Census 2000||09/30/03|
|Data Processing in Census 2000||09/25/03|
|Evaluations of the Census 2000 Partnership and Marketing Program||MS Word||09/25/03|
|Privacy Research in Census 2000||07/24/03|
|Race and Ethnicity in Census 2000||09/27/03|
|Response Rates and Behavior Analysis (Note: Page 15 of this report refers to 13,817 Questionnaire Assistance Centers. This number was based on a draft report. The final number of Questionnaire Assistance Centers is 23,556.)||09/30/03|
|Special Place/Group Quarters Enumeration||09/23/03|
|Evaluation Title||Format||Release Date|
|A.1.a Telephone Questionnaire Assistance||09/27/03|
|A.1.b Telephone Questionnaire Assistance Customer Satisfaction Survey||09/30/03|
|A.2.b Internet Data Collection||09/30/03|
|A.2.c Census 2000 Internet Web Site and Questionnaire Customer Satisfaction Surveys||09/30/03|
|A.3 Be Counted Campaign for Census 2000||09/25/03|
|A.4 Use of Non-English Questionnaires and Guides in the Census 2000 Language Program||10/20/03|
|A.5.a Analysis of the Linguistically Isolated Population in Census 2000||10/21/03|
|A.6.a The United States Postal Service Undeliverable Rates for Census 2000 MailOut Questionnaires||09/29/03|
|A.6.b Study of the U.S. Postal Service Reasons for Undeliverability of Census 2000 Mailout Questionnaires||09/30/03|
|A.7.a Census 2000 Mail Response Rates||09/30/03|
|A.7.b Census 2000 Mail Return Rates||09/25/03|
|A.8 Puerto Rico Focus Groups on Why Households Did Not Mail Back the Census 2000 Questionnaire||07/24/03|
|B.1.a Analysis of Imputation Rates for the 100 Percent Person and Housing Unit Data Items from Census 2000||MS Word||09/30/03|
|B.1.b Analysis of Item Nonresponse Rates for the 100 Percent Housing and Population Items from Census 2000||09/30/03|
|B.3 Census Quality Survey to Evaluate Responses to the Census 2000 Question on Race: An Introduction to the Data||04/09/03|
|B.5 Census 2000 Content Reinterview Survey: Accuracy of Data for Selected Population and Housing Characteristics as Measured by Reinterview||09/27/03|
|B.5, Appendices C through I.|
|B.6 Master Trace Sample||09/30/03|
|B.7 Accuracy of Data for Employment Status as Measured by the CPS- Census 2000 Match||05/11/04|
|B.7, Tables (Excel)|
|B.12 Puerto Rico Census 2000 Responses to the Race and Ethnicity Questions||09/27/03|
|B.13 Puerto Rico Focus Groups on the Census 2000 Race and Ethnicity Questions||09/27/03|
|C.1 The Effects of the Disclosure Limitation Procedure on Census 2000 Tabular Data Products (Abridged)||04/28/03|
|D.1 Partnership and Marketing Program Evaluation||MS Word||09/25/03|
|D.2 Evaluation of the Census in Schools Program: Materials and Distribution||09/25/03|
|D.3 Survey of Partners||07/24/03|
|E.1.b Evaluation of the Facility Questionnaire (Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing and Personal Visit)||09/23/03|
|E.5 Group Quarters Enumeration||09/23/03|
|E.6 Service-Based Enumeration||09/23/03|
|F.2 The Address Listing Operation and Its Impact on the Master Address File||09/27/03|
|F.3 Evaluation of the Local Update of Census Addresses 98 (LUCA 98)||09/27/03|
|F.5 Block Canvassing Operation||09/27/03|
|F.6 Evaluation of the Local Update of Census Addresses 99 Operation||09/27/03|
|F.10 Evaluation of the Update/Leave Operation||09/27/03|
|F.11 Urban Update/Leave||09/27/03|
|F.15 An Assessment of Addresses on the Master Address File "Missing" in the Census or Geocoded to the Wrong Collection Block||09/27/03|
|F.16 Evaluation of the Block Splitting Operation for Tabulation Purposes (This report, originally issued on 09/27/03, was reissued to clarify in the Executive Summary the fact that although there are 915,794 split blocks in the country, only 282,457 were eligible for inclusion in this evaluation.)||05/10/04|
|G.1 Census 2000 Staffing Programs, Recruiting Component (Part 1)||MS Word||09/30/03|
|G.1 Census 2000 Staffing Programs, Pay Component (Part 2)||MS Word||09/30/03|
|H.2 Assessment of Field Verification||09/25/03|
|H.4 Questionnaire Assistance Centers for Census 2000||09/30/03|
|H.5 Nonresponse Followup for Census 2000||09/27/03|
|H.7 Nonresponse Followup (NRFU) Enumerator Training||09/30/03|
|H.8 Operational Analysis of Enumeration of Puerto Rico||09/30/03|
|H.9 Local Census Office Profile for Census 2000||11/04/03|
|H.10 Date of Reference for Age and Birth Date used by Respondents of Census 2000||09/30/03|
|I.2 Evaluation of Nonresponse Followup - Whole Household Usual Home Elsewhere Probe||09/25/03|
|I.1 Coverage Edit Followup||09/29/03|
|I.3 Evaluation of Nonresponse Followup - Mover Probe (This report, originally issued on September 29, 2003, was reissued to correct a file reference and other editorial changes.)||04/07/04|
|I.4 Coverage Improvement Followup||MS Word||09/27/03|
|I.5 Coverage Gains From Coverage Questions C1 and C2 on Enumerator-Completed Questionnaires for Census 2000||09/29/03|
|J.2 Ethnographic Social Network Tracing of Highly Mobile People||02/09/04|
|J.3 Comparative Ethnographic Research on Mobile Populations||02/09/04|
|J.4 The Enumeration of Colonias in Census 2000: Perspectives of Ethnographers and Census Enumerators||02/09/04|
|K.1.a DCS 2000 Data Capture Audit Resolution Process||MS Word||11/04/03|
|K.1.b Evaluation of the Data Capture System and the Impact of the Data Capture Mode on Data Quality||08/08/03|
|L.2 Operational Analysis of the Decennial Response File Linking and Setting of Housing Unit Status and Expected Household Size||09/25/03|
|L.3.a Analysis of the Primary Selection Algorithm||09/25/03|
|L.3.b Resolution of Multiple Census Returns Using a Re-interview||09/25/03|
|L.4 Census Unedited File Creation||09/25/03|
|L.5 Operational Requirements Study: The Beta Site Systems Testing and Management Facility||03/10/03|
|M.1 Evaluation of the Census 2000 Quality Assurance Philosophy and Approach Used in the Address List Development and Enumeration Operations||MS Word||09/29/03|
|M.2 Effectiveness of Variables Used in the Model to Detect Discrepant Results During Reinterview and the Identification of New Variables||09/12/03|
|N.1 Contamination of Census 2000 Data Collected in Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation Block Clusters||09/03/03|
|N.10 Discrepant Results in the Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation||09/03/03|
|N.14 Evaluation of Matching Error||09/03/03|
|N.17 Targeted Extended Search Analysis||09/03/03|
|N.19 Evaluation of Housing Unit Field Operations and Instruments for the Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation||09/03/03|
|O.3 Census 2000 Housing Unit Coverage Study||09/03/03|
|O.4 Analysis of Conflicting Households||09/03/03|
|O.5 Analysis of Proxy Data in the Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation||09/03/03|
|O.10 Housing Unit Duplication in Census 2000||09/03/03|
|O.16 Person Duplication in the Search Area Measured by the 2000 Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation (This report, originally issued on 09/03/03, was reissued to correct numbers in Table 1 and the estimated number of E-sample persons.)||12/19/03|
|O.19 Analysis of Deleted and Added Housing Units in Census 2000 Measured by the Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation||10/20/03|
|O.20 Assessment of Consistency of Census Data with Demographic Benchmarks at the Subnational Level||09/02/03|
|Q.1 Management Evaluation of Census 2000||MS Word||10/29/03|
|R.1.a Telephone Questionnaire Assistance System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.1.b Coverage Edit Followup System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.1.c Internet Questionnaire Assistance System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.1.d Internet Data Collection System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.2.a Operations Control System 2000, System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.2.b Laptop Computers for Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.2.c Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation 2000, System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.2.d Matching Review and Coding System for the Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation (Housing Unit, Person and Final Housing Unit), System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.3.a Pre-Appointment Management System/Automated Decennial Administrative Management System, System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.3.b American FactFinder System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.3.c Management Information System 2000, System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
|R.3.d Census 2000 Data Capture, System Requirements Study||08/08/03|
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