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NBER internal users can obtain the data from a UNIX shell at /home/data/cmf_new or on an NBER PC via Network Neighborhood --> NBER --> home --> data --> cmf_new
File Name UNIX Compressed ASCII Pkzipped ASCII
1968-1978 Mortality Data mort6878.Z
1979-1988 Mortality Data mort7988.Z
1968-1978 Population Data pop6878.Z
1979-1988 Population Data pop7988.Z


SAS Code

  • Original SAS info file - sascode.txt
  • SAS program to read mortality files -
  • SAS program to read population files -




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