Jeff Moon

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  • 2007-05-14
    This presentation provides a comparative overview of three small area data resources: SAAD, SARTRE and SABAL. For each product, the following topics are discussed: What data exists? Where does it come from? What is its coverage (years, geography?), What is its content? What are the product's strengths & weaknesses? DLI National Training Day, Universté de Montréal, Montreal, QC

  • 2008-04-04
    In this presentation Jeff Moon details how to use the Canadian Opinion Research Archives (CORA). By using CORA you have access to 25 years of public opinion survey data. Moon looks at trends in opinion surveys available on the CORA website as well as data analysis features. Data in Ontario (OCUL-Dino) April 2008, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON

  • 2007-01-09
    This presentation explores the hurdles the Scholars Portal Metadata Project is facing and the current situation. The hurdles are access, use and standards. Looking forward the project will now focus on recognizing needs and building on the Scholars Portal model. The presentation also makes a case for adopting metadata standards and establishing a centralized data extraction/analysis system. DINO, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

  • 2005-04-14
    For many years, Queen's has been using PCensus and PCensus for MapPoint. This product provides 1981 through 2001 Census profile data to the EA/DA level with the added feature of extracting 'non-standard' geography (i.e. circles, polygons, and drive-time polygons). This session will give an overview of the software's capabilities.
    CAPDU/DLI Ontario Training, Queen's University, Kingston, ON

  • 2008-04-03
    You will be using tutorials (developed at the University of Guelph and Queen's University) and giving feedback on what you liked, what you found difficult, and further directions for the futher development of more-advanced tutorials.

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