Using the Publication and Data Table Archives Page

On this Page:
Associated Files

To the right of each release, you will see a series of icons that provide direct access to associated files. If an icon is missing, the file is not available. For example, some publications do not have press releases. The contents of these files are described below.

Data

The 'Data' icon provides an archive of spreadsheets in comma-separate variable (CSV) format for all the figures and data tables. CSV files can be opened in any spreadsheet application. The archive also contains a "readme.txt" file that lists all tables.

PDF

Click on the 'PDF' icon to view or download a copy of the publication in PDF format.

Press Release

Click on the 'Press Release' icon to view the press release associated with the publication.

ASCII

Click on the 'ASCII' icon to view or download a copy of the publication in text format.

Details

The 'Details' page contains a description of the publication, a summary of report highlights or key statistical data, links to associated files, and a link to the related data source.

Search

Navigation

At the top of this webpage, you can choose to view results by latest release, publication series, or data collection.

Latest release view

This view groups and orders the publications by release year from most recent to oldest date of release. To see all releases in a specific year, click on a year within the "Release Years" option list at the top of the page.

Publication Series View

This view groups releases by the publication series they belong to. To see all releases in a specific series, click on a series title within the "Series" option list at the top of the page. This view will not show "one-off" publications that were not a part of a series.

Data Collection View

This view groups releases by the data collection that generated the source data. To see all releases associated with a particular data collection, click on a data collection within the "Data Collections" option list at the top of the page.

Additional Navigation Options
At the top and bottom left corners of the grid you will see icons that offer additional options to navigate within the lists of releases.

Help

If you have any further questions or comments about this resource, please send an email to AskBJS@usdoj.gov.