IPUMS Online Data Analysis System

The IPUMS online analysis system uses high-speed tabulation software developed at UC-Berkeley's Computer-assisted Survey Methods Program.

After clicking one of the samples below, you will need to specify the following to create a table:

Examples and screenshots are available in our short instructions page, or see the video tutorial.

You can also perform other analyses, such as multivariate regression, correlation matrices, and comparisons of means. See the contextual help menus for more information.

Click on any of the links below to get started! Tables are made in approximately 5-15 seconds.

Use data from multiple years
All ATUS Years:
Eating and Health Modules:
2006-2008, 2014-2016, 2022
Leave Modules:
2011, 2017-2018
Well-Being Modules:
2010, 2012-2013
Use data from a single year
(makes tables more quickly)
SDA Dataset Sample Size Module Variables Sample Level Information
ATUS 2023 8,548 -- Details
ATUS 2022 8,136 Eating and Health Details
ATUS 2021 9,087 -- Details
ATUS 2020 8,782 -- Details
ATUS 2019 9,435 -- Details
ATUS 2018 9,593 Leave Details
ATUS 2017 10,223 Details
ATUS 2016 10,493 Eating and Health Details
ATUS 2015 10,905 Details
ATUS 2014 11,592 Details
ATUS 2013 11,385 Well-being Details
ATUS 2012 12,443 Details
ATUS 2011 12,479 Leave Details
ATUS 2010 13,260 Well-being Details
ATUS 2009 13,133 -- Details
ATUS 2008 12,723 Eating and Health Details
ATUS 2007 12,248 Details
ATUS 2006 12,943 Details
ATUS 2005 13,038 -- Details
ATUS 2004 13,973 -- Details
ATUS 2003 20,720 -- Details

User Note: The IPUMS SDA system allows users to create their own variables using the "Create Variables" tab. These are not automatically removed when new versions of the IPUMS SDA samples are posted, and so created variables may be based on IPUMS data that are no longer valid. Users of created variables should pay attention to the revision history to note changes that have affected their variables and construct new variables accordingly. (The SDA dataset creation date can be found by clicking on the "Codebook" tab, while the date a user-created variable was made can be found in the list of created variables.)

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