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    Vlad Pascal
    It would be really nice to have a technical description of all tables in the access database or at least the important ones.
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    Doug Olson
    Appendix E of the version 2 manual ([url=https://implan.com/v3/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=105&Itemid=138]link[/url]) has a description of the tables and fields in the access database. Version 3 names and fields are slightly different but should still be recognizeable. That is all the documentation we currently have available.
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    Jenny Thorvaldson
    We have added some descriptions into our Knowledge Base which might be helpful. They can be found at Knowledge Base>Data Information (or click [url=http://implan.com/v4/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=687%3Aimplan-model-table-descriptions&catid=185%3Adata-information&Itemid=1]here[/url]).
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    E. Fadali
    Returning back to trade flows subject - on a couple examples I seem to get trade flows that are very similar in magnitude despite the two regions being very different in size. So in the above example, I think I got Northern NV imports from Northern CA as about $1 billion. In the other direction (CA from NV) I had imports of $1.3 billion. But Northern NV is tiny population wise compared to northern CA. In a new example of two counties of unequal size, I had almost equal trade flows between the two. Is this just coincidence? I followed the instructions above but got trade flows all from the one table in ACCESS, since it seems to have both ways (0 destination and 1 destination).
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    Doug Olson
    A small region has small needs to import - since it is a small county it also has small exports. CA is a dominant gravity sink, so I suspect most of NV's import/exports are with CA. It does not surprise me that the total imports from CA is similar to its total exports to CA. If you compared total imports by CA compared to CA's imports from northern NV, I suspect the imports from northern NV would be dwarfed.
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