ABS Confidentialised Unit Record Files (CURFs) Microdata
USQ has an agreement with the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) to provide public use of Confidentialised Unit Record Files (CURFS) for research purposes. CURFs contain unidentifiable data from ABS surveys in the form of a unit record and are accessible from the ABS Microdata website. The unit level for a CURF may be a household, an income unit or a family. Contact USQ’s Data Manager for Confidentialised Data for access.
National Centre for Longitudinal Data (NCLD)
Longitudinal data is data collected from the same individuals (or households, businesses or other entities) repeatedly over time. The data is able to show how actions and events can affect outcomes later in life. The NCLD brings together longitudinal surveys managed within the Department of Social Services. Contact USQ’s Data Manager for Confidentialised Data for access.