Search Using Industry Codes Tutorial
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- Welcome to the 'Search Using Industry Codes' tutorial.
- In this tutorial, we will show how to search for economic data using industry codes in Advanced Search.
- Let's start on the Advanced Search Page.
- To begin, click on 'Industry Codes' to display the 'Select Industry Codes' window.
- There are five main sections in the 'Select Industry Codes' window:
- The Industry Codes search box;
- Your Industry Code Filters;
- Industry Code Filter Options;
- Include in results selector, and
- Industry Code Results.
- Notice the 'All' industry codes in the industry code search results. You can use these to select a group of industry codes; for example, 'All available codes within Sector 31-33: Manufacturing.'
- Now, let's search for industry codes for 'Restaurants.'
- Enter 'Restaurants' in the Industry Codes search box.
- As you type, recommendations will appear.
- For this example, we will not pick a recommendation but will click GO.
- Your Industry Code Filters, Industry Code Filter Options, and Industry Code Results are updated.
- You can add or remove items from 'Your Industry Code Filters' at any time.
- For this example, we will select the 4-digit NAICS Industry Code 7221 Full-service restaurants. For additional information about a specific code, you can click on the 'About' button.
- Click 'Full-service restaurants'.
- 'Full-service restaurants' is added to 'Your Selections' and your Search Results are updated.
- The available Topics and Geographies are also updated based on the contents of 'Your Selections.'
- Let's search another way, using the Industry Code Filter Options.
- Start a new search by clearing out all of our previous selections.
- Notice the Industry Code Filter Options on the left side of the window.
- By default, the Commodity, Material/Fuel, NAICS/NAICS Based Industry, and Product and Service filter options are displayed.
- If you're looking for data from the Economic Census Commodity Flow Survey about products that an establishment produces, sells, or distributes, select the 'Commodity' filter option.
- If you're looking for Economic Census data for materials and fuels, for example, coal or natural gas, select the 'Material/Fuel' filter option.
- If you're looking for data about establishments grouped by industries based on similarity of their production processes, select the 'NAICS/NAICS Based Industry' filter option.
- If you're looking for data about each product or service produced by Manufacturing and Mining Sectors or various types of products carried or services rendered by an establishment in all other NAICS sectors, select the 'Product and Service' filter option.
- Let's search for a 3-digit industry subsector such as 221: Utilities.
- To begin, select the 'NAICS/NAICS Based Industry' filter option.
- This industry code filter option is added to 'Your Industry Code Filters'.
- Notice the Industry Code search results have been updated based on your filter selection.
- You can continue to filter further and refine your industry code results.
- Expand the 'Industry Subsector' Industry Code Filter Option, and click on '221: Utilities'.
- '221: Utilities' is added to 'Your Industry Code Filters', and your Industry Code Search Results are updated.
- Click '221: Utilities' in the Industry Code Search Results.
- '221:Utilities' is added to 'Your Selections'.
- Click the CLOSE button in the 'Select Industry Codes window'.
- Your Search Results are updated to show tables matching the contents of 'Your Selections'.
- Topics and Geographies are also updated based on the contents of 'Your Selections.'
- This concludes the 'Search Using Industry Codes' tutorial.
- In this tutorial, you've learned how to search for data in American FactFinder using Industry Codes.
- For more information, visit the 'Search Using Industry Codes in Advanced Search' help pages in American FactFinder.