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All data included in the Food Access Research Atlas are aggregated into an Excel spreadsheet for easy download. The Documentation section provides complete information on data sources and definitions.
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Note for GIS users: The Atlas is based on 2010 census tract polygons. To use the underlying Atlas data in a GIS, the data from this spreadsheet needs to be joined to a census tract boundary file. With ESRI software, users should have access to the tract layer on ESRI's "Data and Maps" data distribution. For users of other software, tract boundaries can be downloaded directly from the Census Bureau's Cartographic Boundary Files. The underlying map services used in the Food Access Research Atlas are also available for both developers and GIS users. See the Geospatial API documentation for more information.
Use the links below to download the Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) driver, Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio extensions, and Oracle Data Access Components (ODAC) deployment packages. Oracle recommends downloading the newest version for the latest functionality and patches. The client software version does not need to match the version of your database.
Download the Xcopy packages below. Unzip the package to review the installation instructions in the README. Each of these downloads requires the Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015-2022 or later:
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To configure and perform deployments of volume licensed versions of Office 2019, including Project and Visio, for users in your organization, you use the Office Deployment Tool (ODT). The Office Customization Tool (OCT) that you previously used for Windows Installer (MSI) is no longer used.
The installation files for Office 2019 are available on the Office Content Delivery Network (CDN) on the internet instead of on the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC). You can install Office 2019 directly from the Office CDN. Or, you can download the installation files from the Office CDN to a location on your local network, such as a shared folder, and install Office 2019 from that location. You can use different methods for different sets of computers in your organization. Whichever method you choose, you use the ODT.
After you download the Office Deployment Tool, double-click on the officedeploymenttool executable (.exe) file to extract the ODT files. When you're finished, you should have several files: setup.exe and some sample configuration.xml files. For an Office 2019-specific sample, see Sample configuration.xml file to use with the Office Deployment Tool.
The setup.exe file is the ODT and is a command-line tool that supports downloading and installing Office 2019. The configuration.xml files are sample files to get you started. You use the configuration.xml file to provide settings for the ODT to use when downloading or installing Office 2019. The configuration.xml is a simple xml file that can be created and edited in any text editor, such as Notepad. You can name the file anything that you want, as long as it retains the xml file extension.
Once you have a copy of the ODT, you need to create a configuration.xml file. You can create multiple configuration.xml files to be used with the ODT. For example, you would create a configuration.xml file to download and install the 64-bit version of Office Professional Plus 2019 in English and a different configuration.xml file to install the 32-bit version of Visio Professional 2019 in French. When you run the ODT from an elevated command prompt, you specify which configuration.xml file to use.
There are a series of settings in the configuration.xml file that you configure to customize the Office 2019 download or installation. The following table lists the most common settings to configure in the configuration.xml file.
We recommend that you uninstall any previous versions of Office before installing volume licensed versions of Office 2019. To help you uninstall versions of Office that use Windows Installer (MSI) as the installation technology, you can use the Office Deployment Tool and specify the RemoveMSI element in your configuration.xml file.
For more information about using RemoveMSI, see Remove existing MSI versions of Office when upgrading to Microsoft 365 Apps. Even though this article is about Microsoft 365 Apps, most of the information also applies to volume licensed versions of Office 2019.
Once you have a copy of the ODT and have created your configuration.xml file, you can download the Office 2019 installation files to your local network. To do that, open an elevated command prompt, go to the folder where you saved the ODT and the configuration.xml file, and type this command:
Once you have a copy of the ODT and have created your configuration.xml file (and downloaded the Office 2019 installation files to your local network, if necessary), you can install Office 2019. To do that, open an elevated command prompt, go to the folder where you saved the ODT and the configuration.xml file, and type the following command:
Note: This is an archived page of older versions. For the latest Oracle .NET and Visual Studio (Code) downloads, please visit the .NET Download Page.Important: The 32-bit Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio download is required for EntityFramework design-time features. The downloads that support Entity Framework deployment below do not contain design-time tools, only run-time support.
Access Database: To eliminate the step of downloading IPEDS separately by survey component or select variables, IPEDS has made available the entire survey data for one collection year in the Microsoft Access format beginning with the 2004-05 IPEDS data collection year. Each database contains the relational data tables as well as the metadata tables that describe each data table, the variable titles, descriptions and variables types. Value codes and value labels are also available for all categorical variables. When downloading an IPEDS Access Database, the file is compressed using WinZip. Prior to 2004-05 collection year, IPEDS data are not available in Access format. To access IPEDS data prior to 2004-05, please use either the Complete data files or Custom data files functions in the Use the Data's Survey Data.
Documentation for IPEDS Access Databases: All IPEDS Access Databases contain metadata tables that describe each data table and provide a list of the variables. The same metadata tables are placed in a WinZip Excel workbook to serve as a standalone reference without having to download an entire database.
Important update about Citrix ReceiverBeginning August 2018, Citrix Receiver will be replaced by Citrix Workspace app. While you can still download older versions of Citrix Receiver, new features and enhancements will be released for Citrix Workspace app.
It covers Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/947, and the related acceptable means of compliance (AMC) and guidance material (GM), as well as Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/945 on unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and on third-country operators of UAS.
To browse the J2J data files in their directory structure or to access them with a FTP program (must be able to access HTTP), go to: lehd.ces.census.gov/data/j2j/. J2J data can also be accessed via Job-to-Job Flows Explorer. This analysis and visualization tool allows for the construction of tables, maps, and charts to compare, aggregate and analyze flows by worker and firm characteristics.
LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) used by OnTheMap are available for download below. Version 8 of LODES was enumerated by 2020 census blocks. Previous versions of LODES were enumerated with 2010 census blocks (LODES7) or 2000 census blocks (LODES5).
PSEO data can also be accessed via the PSEO Explorer visualization tool. This interactive tool allows for comparisons of employment outcomes through dynamic grouped bar charts and employment flows through Sankey diagrams.
The Census Bureau's Veteran Employment Outcomes (VEO) are new statistics on Army veterans' labor market outcomes one, five, and 10 years after discharge, by military occupation, rank, demographics (age, sex, race, ethnicity, education), industry and geography of employment. These statistics are generated by linking veteran records provided by the U.S. Army to national administrative data on jobs at the U.S. Census Bureau. Coverage of the data is all enlisted soldiers in the Army who completed their initial term of service and were discharged between 2000 and 2015 (about 650,000 veterans). Although VEO currently covers only Army veterans, these statistics could potentially be expanded to other service branches. Documentation and CSV files are available for download here: lehd.ces.census.gov/data/veo_experimental.html
CURRENT DATE and CURRENT YEAR refer to the date and year in which the data were accessed.DATA VERSION (e.g. R2017Q2) can be found in the "version" text file that is distributed with each data series.
Microsoft also offers Microsoft Access Runtime as a FREE download which may be an option depending on your situation, for example if you have already created a database application which has forms to input and manipulate the data. Access Runtime is limited to running an already existing/created MS Access application. An access developer who develops an access application can install the application on computers and servers using the free Microsoft Access Runtime rather than licensing full Access for each computer.
Office 365 Runtime for Access 2019 download from Microsoft (note: cannot co-exist with regular Office 2016/2019 so only use if no other Office project is installed) Office 365 Access Runtime Download
Relative to the previous update of the WGI, we have made a number of revisions to the source data underlying the WGI, some of which affect the data for previous years. To access previous versions of the WGI dataset, please click on the links below: