The Yale Federal Research Data Center: An Introduction to Data Services
The Cowles Foundation, in partnership with Yale Library Services, is proud to sponsor an information session about the Yale Federal Statistical Research Data Center(YFSRDC) on Tuesday, April 16 from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at the Sterling Memorial Library Lecture Hall, located at 120 High Street.
Shirley H. Liu, Economist and Administrator from the New York branch of the Federal Statistical Research Data Center, will give an overview of the YFSRDC, the Census Bureau partners, the process to obtain permission to use the data, and what types of data are available. She will also discuss available nonpublic data and datasets, as well as, the proposal and access criteria in using the Census Bureau data. The presentation is geared toward faculty and graduate students, with a slant toward those in the health-related ﬁelds, but is open to the wider Yale community.
YFSRDC is a branch of the New York Research Data Center which is a Federal Statistical Research Data Center. Federal Statistical Research Data Centers are partnerships between federal statistical agencies and leading research institutions, and are secure facilities providing authorized access to restricted-use microdata for statistical purposes only.
Opening in June 2015, YFSRDC is located at 37 Hillhouse Avenue, and is led by Dr. Peter Schott, Executive Director, Professor of Economics at the Yale School of Management, and a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. Stephanie Bailey, RDC Administrator and Survey Statistician, staﬀs the Yale branch. For more information, visit the YFSRDC page.
This event is part of the Library’s Eye on the Count: Census 2020 series. Refreshments will be provided and all Yale aﬀiliates are welcome to attend.
To ﬁnd out more about the Federal Statistical Research Data Centers and its partners, visit the U.S. Census Bureau’s web page.