The Place of Enumeration Profile (PEP) DataPack consists of 44 tables containing key Census characteristics of persons, families and dwellings. It differs from the other Community Profiles in that it provides data on where people were counted on Census night rather than where they 'usually' live or their 'usual address'. This second release includes an extra seven tables which include data on the labour force and educational qualifications. And it includes four additional geographies. The data are based on place of enumeration.
The Expanded Community Profile (XCP) DataPack consists of 42 tables. It is the most comprehensive Community Profile providing extended data on key Census characteristics of persons, families and dwellings. Tables within this profile contain more detailed versions of the standard Basic Community Profile tables, plus additional tables relating to relationships within a family, living costs and dwelling structures. This second release includes an extra ten tables which include data on the labour force and educational qualifications. And it includes one additional geography. The data are based on place of usual residence.
The Working Population Profile (WPP) DataPack contains 23 tables of key Census characteristics of employed persons. The profile includes data on hours worked, industry of employment, occupation, qualifications and method of travel to work etc. The data are based on where people work.
DataPacks do not include software.
- data (in CSV format) for numerous areas
- digital boundary map files and metadata/referencing information.
DataPacks are designed:
- for people to use with database or analysis systems (e.g. SQL, GIS and other mapping or tabulation software)
- for people who want Community Profile data for numerous geographies.
This DVD is available for purchase ($100 incl GST and postage).
This page last updated 27 March 2013