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    Household breakdown

    Good afternoon, Is it possible to breakdown upper household sizes further in IMPLAN? From looking around, I think the answer is 'no' since consumption info is based on the CES, which is quite limi...

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    sglassman commented,

    Sorry, was unaware we were not allowed to access the data in this way, we will refrain from doing this in the future. [quote]You are actually able to view this information in the software in the E...

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    State Package Question

    Good afternoon, We are thinking about purchasing a State Package data set, and just had a quick question. I currently use Microsoft Access to dig more in depth to some of the tables that IMPLAN ...

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    Employed Households

    Hello, I have found the total number of households by income, under area demographics, but going through IMPLAN3 as well as the data bases have not found anything that shows the number of working ...

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    sglassman commented,

    Great, thanks for all the help. Just to confirm... Use 'Help' and 'Check for Updates' Then I can aggregate and save a model, and use Access to find a table that has the aggregated deflators? Have...

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    sglassman commented,

    Using Access to open a model that I had used a custom aggregation on, I was only able to find CommonDeflators, which are the unaggregated deflators. Are the aggregated deflators out there, but I'm...

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    sglassman commented,

    From the data, I think this is V.2, is this option still available in V.3? I have been unable to find the option in the program itself. Thanks

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    Aggregated and UnAggregated I-O

    When I first create the model and go to Explore=>Social Accounts, there is IxC Input-Output Accounts area, but this is aggregated by the 2 digit NAICS, even though I have not aggregated the model. ...