Find available indicator code names in the Wittgenstein Centre Human Capital Data Explorer

find_indicator(x)

Arguments

x

Character string on key word or name related to indicator of potential interest.

Value

A subset of the wic_indicators data frame with one or more of the indicator, description or definition columns matching the keyword given to x. Use the result in the indicator column to input to the get_wcde function for downloading data.

Examples

find_indicator("education")
#> # A tibble: 9 x 3 #> indicator description definition #> <chr> <chr> <chr> #> 1 bpop Population Size by Broad Age (000's) "De facto populati~ #> 2 epop Population Size by Education (000's) "De facto populati~ #> 3 prop Educational Attainment Distribution "De facto populati~ #> 4 bprop Educational Attainment Distribution by Broad Age "De facto populati~ #> 5 ggapedu15 Gender Gap in Educational Attainment (15+) "The difference be~ #> 6 ggapedu25 Gender Gap in Educational Attainment (25+) "The difference be~ #> 7 etfr Total Fertility Rate by Education "The average numbe~ #> 8 eassr Age-Specific Survival Ratio by Education "Survivorship of p~ #> 9 easfr Age-Specific Fertility Rate by Education "Number of births ~
find_indicator("migr")
#> # A tibble: 1 x 3 #> indicator description definition #> <chr> <chr> <chr> #> 1 net Net Migration "The number of immigrants minus the number of emigran~
find_indicator("fert")
#> # A tibble: 4 x 3 #> indicator description definition #> <chr> <chr> <chr> #> 1 tfr Total Fertility Rate "The average number of chi~ #> 2 etfr Total Fertility Rate by Education "The average number of chi~ #> 3 asfr Age-Specific Fertility Rate "Number of births occurrin~ #> 4 easfr Age-Specific Fertility Rate by Education "Number of births occurrin~