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Microdata

A syntax from the WHATWG for embedding tags in HTML pages to define data on the Web. It enables search engines to derive semantic meaning from the pages in order to provide more effective search results. RDFa was developed to address this issue, but Microdata was created as a simpler approach. See RDFa and WHATWG.
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6) For direct access to this information, see "Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE) Microdata Users' Workshop and Survey Methods Symposium, July 17-20, 2012" (U.
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Beginning with an overview of the background of HTML5's development, the volume covers new semantics, intelligent form creation, video and audio, Canvas, geolocation, offline applications, websockets, webworkers and microdata.
The presentation is the most comprehensive to date on the underserved banking market, pooling data from white papers, six government agencies, two private companies, and industry, including the National Income and Product Accounts, the US Census American Community Survey, the Bureau of Economic Analysis Local Personal Income, the US Census Public Use Microdata Sample, and the Survey of Consumer Finances.
The first findings from the 2013 American Housing Survey are now available in the form of dozens of detailed tables and a microdata file.
Most of these files are tabulations of aggregated data, but some are files of microdata records.
Every year, the CE program releases microdata from each of these surveys, which are used by researchers in a variety of areas, including academia, government, market research, and other private industry areas.
They investigates the forms of generational context through linking institutional macrodata with microdata on the living situation and attitudes of individuals in order to allow for both a cross-sectional comparison of the effects of different institutional contexts in different countries and longitudinal analysis of the effects of altered welfare state parameters within countries.
The Public Use Microdata Sample files for each American Community Survey release will be posted one to two months after each public release.
Bureau authors Dina Itkin and Laurie Salmon analyze business establishment microdata--created from a combination of microdata from the Occupational Employment Statistics program and the Mass Layoff Statistics program--to look into how occupational employment was affected from 2000 to 2007.
Prior to that, Olenik was President of computer manufacturer Micro 5 and Senior Vice President of Microdata Corporation.
The Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) files for the 2012 American Community Survey five-year statistics are now available for users to create their own tabulations.