* New * Users are now able to customize maps and
graphs with a different color by clicking on the legend.
*New* The "Save Selected Variables Codebook" function
has been modified to include the dataset and topic information of selected variables.
Fixes as of January 25, 2012
The "Undo Dropping" option in the "Make a Table" screen has been fixed to allow a user to select more variables.
Previously, when a user selected the "Undo Dropping" option in the "Make a Table" screen, the user was unable to go back and select more variables. After choosing that option, the only variables available for selection were those previously selected in Step 1.
The user is now able to produce an accurate map from data in the "Make a Table" screen.
Previosly, when a user tried to create a map from the "Make a Table" screen, the interval counts and theme calculated by the map had an error when determing where each cell value should be placed. The cell values were incorrectly placed in the first interval if any of them matched a startpoint or an endpoint for any of the ranges within a legend.
The user is now able to merge a dataset with a selected geography variable from ACS PUMS.
Previously, when a user would attempt to merge a dataset with a selected geography, an error message would pop up. After the user clicked "OK," DataFerrett would lock up and not allow the user to continue.
Fixes as of November 29, 2011
SAS extracts were modified to replace "null" values with a period, which SAS will interpret as a "missing" value on input.
For the ACS 5-year Summary File data, SAS extractions were modified to include a label for the GEOID variable.
DataFerrett now displays an appropriate error message if a user attempts to create a thematic map for a non-mappable geography.
Although the occurence of a non-mappable geography is rare, when a user did attempt to create such a map, the previous error message did not indicate that the error issue was the result of attempting to map a non-mappable geography.
New Features - Archive
November 29, 2011
November 14, 2011
October 12, 2011
May 31, 2011