Analyze Survey Data for Free with the R Language
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American Community Survey
American National Election Studies
American Time Use Survey
Area Resource File
Basic Stand Alone Medicare Claims Public Use Files
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
Censo Demografico
Consumer Expenditure Survey
Current Population Survey
General Social Survey
Health Professional Shortage Areas
Health and Retirement Study
Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
Medical Expenditure Panel Survey
Medical Large Claims Experience Study
National Health Interview Survey
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health
National Plan and Provider Enumeration System
National Survey on Drug Use and Health
New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey
Panel Study of Income Dynamics
Pesquisa Nacional por Amostra de Domicilios
Pesquisa de Orcamentos Familiares
Program for International Student Assessment
Social Security Administration Public-Use Microdata Files
Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results
Survey of Business Owners
Survey of Consumer Finances
Survey of Income and Program Participation
United States Decennial Census Public Use Microdata Sample
Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System
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Software License: GPL-3

Analyze Survey Data for Free

free, open-source, reproducible software to analyze survey data.

Current Analysis Examples

  • fully-commented, easy-to-modify examples of how to load, clean, configure, and analyze the most current data sets available.

Massive FTP Download Automation

  • no-changes-necessary programs to download every microdata file from every survey year as an R data file onto your local disk.

Replication Scripts

  • match published numbers exactly to show that R produces the same results as other statistical languages. these are your rosetta stones, so you know the syntax has been translated into r properly.

My journal article, outlining how R precisely matches SAS, SUDAAN, and Stata with complex survey data.

My collection of two-minute videos to help beginners learn the R language.

Talk to me! I'd love to hear how you're using this or even which data set to add next -