Kingdom. Office of Population Censuses and Surveys [OPCS]. Medical
Statistics Division (London, England). Historic mortality
and population data, 1901-1990 [MRDF]. Pub. Order No. 02902.
[1991?]. London, England. Distributed by University of Essex, Economic
and Social Research Council [ESRC] Data Archive. In Eng.
Estimates of population size and mortality for England and Wales for the period 1901-1990 are presented. "OPCS has constructed a database comprising the...number of deaths, held to the lowest level to which cause was routinely coded. The calculation of rates is made possible with this set of data by the provision of a comparable tape of estimates of population at risk. The data comprise two files, the deaths file and the population file. Each count held on the deaths file is stored in a separate record, referenced by cause, sex, age and year to which it refers. The population data are held in an identical format to that used for the death file with the exception of the cause variable, which is set to zero. The OPCS historic deaths file contains number of deaths in England and Wales by year, sex, age and ICD (International Classification of Disease) cause....The OPCS population file contains population estimates by sex, year and age." Data are from official, published, and unpublished historical sources. Information on data format and cost is available from the distributor.
Correspondence: University of Essex, Economic and Social Research Data Archive, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex C04 3SQ, England. Source: ESRC Data Archive Bulletin, No. 51, Sep 1992.
Nations. Population Division (New York, New York). Age
patterns of fertility 1990-1995. (The 1992 revision) [MRDF].
1992. New York, New York. In Eng.
National estimates of age patterns in fertility are presented for countries with populations of 200,000 or more in 1990. Data are for the 1990-1995 period and cover age-specific fertility rates and births by age of mother. The IBM-compatible diskette provides data in ASCII and Lotus 1-2-3 formats; the Apple Macintosh diskette presents data in ASCII (text) and Microsoft Excel formats. Each diskette costs $75.
Correspondence: Director, United Nations, Population Division, New York, NY 10017.