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Income in Canada
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Custom tabulations of SLID data
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Remote access to SLID data
Remote access is an initiative that enables external researchers to access and use SLID data.
Under this arrangement, researchers contact the Income Statistics Division to indicate their interests in remote access to SLID data and provides a short abstract outlining the objectives for their research. Upon approval of their access request, researchers are provided with a copy of the SLID retrieval software (SLIDRET), as well as an empty SLID database structure.
Researchers write and test their own computer programs, then send these programs to Statistics Canada over the Internet. We submit their programs, vet the output for confidentiality, and e-mail the results back. This process opens up our complex data set to even more researchers and increases research volume.
This service is an alternative to Statistics Canada's Research Data Centres and regional offices.
Contact Client Services, Income Statistics Division (1 (888) 297-7355 or (613) 951-7355; firstname.lastname@example.org).
Research Data Centres
Research Data Centres are part of an initiative by Statistics Canada, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and university consortia to help strengthen Canada 's social research capacity and to support the policy research community.
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