The source of these data is the Census of Population and Housing Summary Tape File 3. Summary Tape File 3 (STF 3) contains sample data weighted to represent the total population. In addition, the file contains 100-percent counts and unweighted sample counts for total persons and total housing units. Additional population and housing variables include age, ancestry, disability, citizenship, education, income, marital status, race, sex, travel time to work, rent, tenure, value of housing unit, number of vehicles, and monthly owner costs. All population and housing items are listed in the San Diego UDAP Data Dictionary.
The SSDC staff converted the Census Bureau database files into a relational database and linked the data names/codes to the detailed Census Bureau San Diego UDAP data files. Each detailed file was output in HTML, spreadsheet (.xls) and dbase IV (.dbf) formats. Each detailed file is a group of tables (variables) for all UDAP areas in San Diego, California. The database files can be imported into GIS software.
DATA DOCUMENTATION: These data are documented by:
DETAILED DATA FILES: Detailed data are available in HTML, spreadsheet and database formats.
SUMMARY FILES: The Census Bureau distributed a limited number of UDAP summary files for some San Diego data areas. The SSDC staff is currently subsetting detailed data in order to create the remaining summary UDAP files. Until this process is complete, users can build summary data from the detailed data files. Census Bureau UDAP summary files are available for the following data areas: