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2006 BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey (ACBS)

Available Asthma Call-back Survey Data and Documentation
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2006 ACBS Survey Data and Documentation

On This Page: Survey Data Info Data Files File Formats

Survey Data Information

2006 - 2010 ACBS History and Analysis Guidance
ACBS_06_10.rtf

Provides information on the background, design, data collection and processing, statistical, and analytical issues for the BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey (ACBS) for 2006 through 2010.

Icon Representing RTF Files 1.36MB

2006 ACBS ADULT Codebook
ACBS_2006_ADULT_CODEBOOK.ZIP

Codebook for the ACBS Adult data file showing variable names and frequency of values for variables for all reporting areas combined. Variables from the BRFSS interview are included on each ACBS record, but are not included in this codebook. For information on BRFSS variables, the 2006 BRFSS Codebook should be referenced.

Icon Representing Zip Archive File 785K

2006 ACBS CHILD Codebook
ACBS_2006_CHILD_CODEBOOK.ZIP

Codebook for the ACBS Child data file showing variable names and frequency of values for variables for all reporting areas combined. Variables from the BRFSS interview are included on each ACBS record, but are not included in this codebook. For information on BRFSS variables, the 2006 BRFSS Codebook should be referenced.

Icon Representing Zip Archive File 705K

2006-2008 ACBS Summary Data Quality Report
SDQReport ACBS_06-08.rtf

Procedures for interview disposition and response rates for the BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey (ACBS) for 2006 through 2008

Icon Representing RTF Files 33MB

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Data Files

In the 2006 adult data file there are 10,802 records from 24 states and the District of Columbia. In the 2006 child data file there are 2,207 records from 22 states and the District of Columbia. More information on state participation is available in the ACBS History and Analysis Guidance document. The data files are provided in SAS and SPSS formats.

2006 ACBS Adult Data
ACBS_2006_ADULT_PUBLIC_SAS.ZIP

Data updated March 9, 2011

This file contains 970 total variables including both ACBS and BRFSS variables. This format is a SAS V9.2 data file Icon Representing SAS File.

Icon Representing Zip Archive File 4.4MB

2006 ACBS Adult Data
ACBS_2006_ADULT_PUBLIC_SPSS.ZIP

Data updated March 28, 2011

This file contains 970 total variables including both ACBS and BRFSS variables. This format is an SPSS V14 data file Icon Representing SPSS Files.

Icon Representing Zip Archive File 2.5MB

2006 ACBS Child Data
ACBS_2006_CHILD_PUBLIC_SAS.ZIP

Data updated March 9, 2011

This file contains 986 total variables including both ACBS and BRFSS variables. This format is a SAS V9.2 data file Icon Representing SAS File.

Icon Representing Zip Archive File 1MB

2006 ACBS Child Data
ACBS_2006_CHILD_PUBLIC_SPSS.ZIP

Data updated March 28, 2011

This file contains 986 total variables including both ACBS and BRFSS variables. This format is an SPSS V14 data file Icon Representing SPSS Files.

Icon Representing Zip Archive File 694K

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File Formats

A word about file formats: The BRFSS Survey Data and documentation are available in several different file formats. Each available format is described below.
Icon Representing RTF Files Rich Text Format File (RTF). This format contains plain text and allows for basic formatting. Use a word processor to view and edit these files.
Icon Representing ZIP Files Zip Archive File (ZIP). The zip format contains one or more files within it and is compressed to minimize the file's size. Use any zip utility to unzip these archives.
Icon Representing SAS Files SAS Instruction File (SAS). This format contains plain text which can be edited with a text editor. The instructions are intended for statistical analysis software developed by SAS Institute, Inc.
Icon Representing SAS Files SAS Version 8 Catalog File (SAS7BCAT). This format requires the use of statistical analysis software developed by SAS Institute, Inc.
Icon Representing SAS Files SAS Version 8 Datasets File (SAS7BDAT). This format requires the use of statistical analysis software developed by SAS Institute, Inc.
Icon Representing SPSS Files IBM SPSS Version 14. This format requires the use of SPSS statistical analysis software developed by the IBM Corporation.
Icon Representing XPT Files SAS Transport File (XPT). This format allows data sets created by the SAS software to be imported directly into other statistical software such as Stata or SPSS.
Icon Representing PDF Files Portable Document Format File (PDF). This format allows formatting that enables full document navigation. You will need Acrobat Reader (a free application) to view and print this document.
Icon Representing TXT Files Plain Text File (TXT). This format contains simple text. Use any text editor to view and edit these files.
Icon Representing comma-separated values files CSV Instruction File (CSV). This format is a comma-delimited text file which can be imported by most analysis software.

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