3 edition of Recommended basic statistical sources for community use. found in the catalog.
Recommended basic statistical sources for community use.
Committee of Librarians and Statisticians.
|Series||LA-RSS resources in economic statistics, 2|
|LC Classifications||Z7554.G7 C6 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 14 p.|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||72189178|
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Recommended Basic Statistical Sources for Community Use Basic Statistical Sources for Community Use [Part 1, Census of Population Not all the volumes of the Census have yet been published, although some the Sample Census has.
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it is designed to serve both as a convenient reference volume and as a guide to other statistical sources. Emphasis is on national data but many tables include statistics on Author: Bobray Bordelon.
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