U.S. Census and American Community Survey microdata from 1850 to the present. Learn More about the IPUMS USA project
Current Population Survey microdata including basic monthly surveys and supplements from 1962 to the present. Learn More about the IPUMS CPS project
World's largest collection of census microdata covering over 100 countries, contemporary and historical. Learn More about the IPUMS International Project
Health survey data for Africa and Asia, including harmonized data collections for Visit the IPUMS DHS site and Visit the PMA site. Learn More about the IPUMS Global Health Projects
Tabular U.S. Census data and GIS boundary files from 1790 to the present. Learn More about the IPUMS NHGIS Project
Tabular and GIS data from population, housing, and agricultural censuses around the world. Learn More about the IPUMS IHGIS Project
Historical and contemporary time use data from 1930 to the present. Learn More about the IPUMS Time Use Projects
Historical and contemporary U.S. health survey data from Visit the IPUMS NHIS site (1963-present) and Visit the IPUMS MEPS site (1996-present). Learn More about the IPUMS Health Surveys Projects
Survey data on the science and engineering workforce in the U.S. from 1993 to the present. Learn More about the IPUMS Higher Ed Project
We attend the Population Association of America (PAA) annual meeting every year and we are always inspired by the outstanding research being shared. We love having conversations with users at our booth, at poster sessions, at presentations, or even just in the lobby. This year was a little extra special because we also gathered to celebrate 30 years of IPUMS.
We also were thrilled to celebrate with Elizabeth Heger Boyle. She was honored with the Harriet B. Presser Award for her record of sustained research contributions to the study of gender and demography. Dr. Boyle pioneered IPUMS Global Health, democratizing access to women and children’s health data and unleashing innovative new streams of cross-national comparative research.
It’s always exciting to see the many posters and presentations using IPUMS. Here’s just a sliver of some of the posters at PAA this year that were #poweredbyIPUMS.
We left New Orleans feeling inspired to keep democratizing data access and looking forward to next year’s meeting. Until we see you in Columbus for PAA 2024, use the #poweredbyIPUMS and tag us on social media @ipums.