Old IMPLAN codes and related SIC Codes?

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    DougO
    You will need to map to the IMPLAN 528 sectoring scheme first then convert to 509 using this file from the download section: [url=http://implan.com/v3/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=122&Itemid=138[/url] There will be a number of partials as the mapping from SIC to NAICs is not straight across. This file: [url=http://implan.com/v3/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=165&Itemid=138[/url] is the SIC to 528 Sector IMPLAN bridge.
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    DougO
    You will need to map to the IMPLAN 528 sectoring scheme first then convert to 509 using this file from the download section: [url=http://implan.com/v3/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=122&Itemid=138[/url] There will be a number of partials as the mapping from SIC to NAICs is not straight across. This file: [url=http://implan.com/v3/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=165&Itemid=138[/url] is the SIC to 528 Sector IMPLAN bridge.
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    dmetivier
    Thank you. Trying to download the second file (SIC to 528 sector IMPLAN bridge) I get the error message \"this document must be published before download\". Thank you for the help - I'm new to working with this data and just trying to get my head around it!
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    dmetivier
    Thank you. Trying to download the second file (SIC to 528 sector IMPLAN bridge) I get the error message \"this document must be published before download\". Thank you for the help - I'm new to working with this data and just trying to get my head around it!
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    dmetivier
    As an addendum to my previous post, I have a document in front of me that lists a subset of IMPLAN sectors (for the industry we're studying - oil and gas and related activities; this list shows Oil and Gas Extraction as IMPLAN 19), then says that \"The providers of IMPLAN restructured these categories for 2007\". So, I think on our end we're actually confused on which IMPLAN sector codes are the newest codes and which are the old ones. Did you update codes for 2007? Is the 509 set of sectors or the 528 the newest version? I'm confused!
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    dmetivier
    As an addendum to my previous post, I have a document in front of me that lists a subset of IMPLAN sectors (for the industry we're studying - oil and gas and related activities; this list shows Oil and Gas Extraction as IMPLAN 19), then says that \"The providers of IMPLAN restructured these categories for 2007\". So, I think on our end we're actually confused on which IMPLAN sector codes are the newest codes and which are the old ones. Did you update codes for 2007? Is the 509 set of sectors or the 528 the newest version? I'm confused!
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    dmetivier
    Thank you for the clarification, and for the 528-SIC file. Both are extremely helpful. This is my first day working with any IMPLAN data, first day using the forum, and I am highly impressed at the speed and helpfulness of your staff! Thank you.
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    dmetivier
    Thank you for the clarification, and for the 528-SIC file. Both are extremely helpful. This is my first day working with any IMPLAN data, first day using the forum, and I am highly impressed at the speed and helpfulness of your staff! Thank you.
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    wang007
    Hi, I try to download the file \"SIC to 528 sector IMPLAN bridge\" as you mentioned before, but it looks like this file is not available on the server. Or, where can I find the file? This file: http://implan.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=108&Itemid is the SIC to 528 Sector IMPLAN bridge. Thank you~
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    wang007
    Hi, I try to download the file \"SIC to 528 sector IMPLAN bridge\" as you mentioned before, but it looks like this file is not available on the server. Or, where can I find the file? This file: http://implan.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=108&Itemid is the SIC to 528 Sector IMPLAN bridge. Thank you~
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    DougO
    Don't know why it is missing. I'll have Ambrose put it back in. In the meantime I've attached it to this post. [file name=528_SIC_Sectoring_scheme.doc size=457728][url]http://implan.com/v3/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=165&Itemid=138[/url]
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    DougO
    Don't know why it is missing. I'll have Ambrose put it back in. In the meantime I've attached it to this post. [file name=528_SIC_Sectoring_scheme.doc size=457728][url]http://implan.com/v3/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=165&Itemid=138[/url]
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    wang007
    Hi there, I download the \"528 for 509 database.iap\" but I do not know where to put in IMPLAN for running the result? Also, do you provide 509 for 528 database? Thank you !!
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    wang007
    Hi there, I download the \"528 for 509 database.iap\" but I do not know where to put in IMPLAN for running the result? Also, do you provide 509 for 528 database? Thank you !!
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    DougO
    The 528 to 509 database is what we used to modify libraries of impact vectors to allow them to work with the 509 sector data sets. It is not data for the IMPLAN software. We have had no need to go from 509 to 528 so we do not have conversion ratios. I do not believe that Economic Census has the data that we would require to estimate the proportions for the split sectors.
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    DougO
    The 528 to 509 database is what we used to modify libraries of impact vectors to allow them to work with the 509 sector data sets. It is not data for the IMPLAN software. We have had no need to go from 509 to 528 so we do not have conversion ratios. I do not believe that Economic Census has the data that we would require to estimate the proportions for the split sectors.
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    DougO
    On the website go to : Downloads>IMPLAN Supplemental Files>2007 to Current IMPLAN Supplemental files and select the first document in the list.
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    DougO
    On the website go to : Downloads>IMPLAN Supplemental Files>2007 to Current IMPLAN Supplemental files and select the first document in the list.

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