In the Data Library, we have Industry data going back to 2001. This way users can quickly look at changes by Industry and Year for a region using the Dashboard or Explore.
The Industry data are available for all counties and states in the U.S. for all IMPLAN Data Years. The data include, for each region and year, the pieces of each IMPLAN Industry's Leontief Production Function. This includes:
- Average Employee Compensation
- Average Proprietor Income
- Employee Compensation
- Intermediate Inputs
- Intermediate Inputs as a share of Output
- Labor Income
- Other Property Income (OPI)
- Output per worker
- Proprietor Employment
- Proprietor Income
- Taxes on Production and Income net of subsidies (TOPI)
- Total Employment
- Total Value Added
- Value Added per Worker
- Value Added as a share of Output
- Wage & Salary Employment
This Dashboard includes three tiles:
- Year over Year is a line chart showing the filtered Metric over Data Years for the filter Region(s).
- County View is a map chart of the filtered Metric by Five Digit Fips (this is the county code Looker uses to map the data).
- Industry Table is a table chart of the filtered Metric by Industry for the filtered Region(s).
When viewing a Dashboard, use the filters to change the data points displayed. Filter options include:
- Dollar Type: by default dollars are displayed in Real dollars, see Dollar Year
- Data Year: most recent Data Year by default in County View and Commodity Table tiles. All available Data Years are displayed in the Year over Year tile (filter does not apply to this tile).
- Dollar Year: by default dollars are shown in current year dollars
- State: by default North Carolina
- County: no county filter is set by default
- Aggregation: Aggregation level of Industries by default is the unaggregated 546 scheme
- Industry: no industry filter is set by default
- Metric: by default Employee Compensation, options include all Measures in the Data Library Section
The Dashboard actions in the upper right provides more options such as downloading the Dashboard to a PDF. On each tile, click the Tile actions (a series of three vertical dots that appears in the upper right of a tile when hovering over it with a cursor) for the option to download the data within that tile. Select Explore from here within the Tile actions to access more data query options. Exploring from the Dashboard allows users to dig into the data starting from the settings within the Dashboard tile.
Explore the Industry Data by selecting Industry Data from the Explore dropdown menu, or by selecting Explore from here from an Industry Data Dashboard Tile or Look.
By default in Explore, the Dollar Type is Real, the Dollar Year is the current year, and the Data Year is the most recent Data Year. With this setting, all dollar values included in a data query will be adjusted for inflation and displayed in current year dollars. It is recommended to always either filter or pivot on Data Year. Otherwise, data measures will be summed over Data Years. The default Aggregation Scheme Param is 546 Unaggregated. Industry Dimensions will be available in the 546 Industry scheme with this setting.
AGGREGATION SCHEME PARAM
The aggregation filter provides the option to view data by Industry at one of the following levels of granularity:
- 546 Unaggregated: most granular. Data is available for each IMPLAN Industry according to the most recent 546 Industry Scheme.
- IMPLAN 2 Digit NAICS 546: Data is aggregated for Industries corresponding to each 2 Digit NAICS.
- IMPLAN 3 Digit NAICS 546: Data is aggregated for Industries corresponding to each 3 Digit NAICS.
Download the 2022 aggregated NAICS to IMPLAN 546 Industries bridge for details.
When Dollar Type is Real, Nominal dollar values are adjusted for inflation/deflation such that each dollar value Measures will be displayed in the selected Dollar Year(s). Dollar Year only applies when Dollar Type is Real.
When Dollar Type is Nominal, dollar value Measures will be unadjusted, therefore they will be displayed in the same Dollar Year as the Data Year.
The Field Picker allows users to pick any one of the Measures from the filter dropdown menu. The Measure titled “Metric” to do so is tied to the Field Picker. Select, filter, and/or pivot on this measure in order to include in data query.
Select a Dimension to include as a column with all Dimension possibilities.
Click Filter on a Dimension to specify which Dimension possibilities appear in the data query.
Click Pivot on a Dimension to transpose the Dimension rows into columns.
All U.S. counties are possible Dimensions.
When states are selected in the State filter, only counties within the filtered states will appear in the county filter or in the data query when selected.
A County Fips is a three digit county code designated to counties within a given state.
All U.S. County Fips are possible Dimensions. Note, County Fips are not state specific, therefore it is recommended to include and/or filter on the State Dimension in addition to this Dimension. A list of FIPS codes can be found at the following link:
|Data Year||All IMPLAN Data Years are possible Dimensions.|
Years 1997 through 2060 are possible Dimensions. Dollar Year only applies when Dollar Type is Real.
When Dollar Type is Real, Nominal dollar values are adjusted to be in the selected Dollar Year(s). When Filtering by multiple Dollar Years, select or pivot on Dollar Year to prevent potential double counting.
|Five Digit Fips||
A Five Digit Fips is a county code. The first two digits indicate the state and the following three digits indicate the county. All U.S. Five Digit Fips codes are possible Dimensions.
This Dimension is used to map the data in the County View Map Chart found on the Dashboard. A list of FIPS codes can be found at the following link:
|Industry||All 546 IMPLAN Industries (Code and Description) are possible Dimensions.|
|Industry Code||All 546 IMPLAN Industry Codes (numbers) are possible Dimensions.|
|Industry Description||All 546 IMPLAN Industry Descriptions (names) are possible Dimensions.|
All 50 States plus the District of Columbia are possible Dimensions.
Pivoting or selecting Region will display filtered states when filtering on state and will display filtered counties when filtering on county.
|State||All 50 States plus the District of Columbia are possible Dimensions.|
A State Fips is a two digit state code. State Fips for all 50 States plus the District of Columbia are possible Dimensions. A list of FIPS codes can be found at the following link:
Measures are displayed based on Dimension settings. Select a Measure to include as a column in the data query.
Average Employee Compensation
Average Employee Compensation per Wage and Salary Employee
Employee Compensation divided by Wage and Salary Employment for the given Dimension settings
|Average Proprietor Income||
Average Proprietor Income per Proprietor
Proprietor Income divided by Proprietor Employment for the given Dimension settings
|Employee Compensation (EC)||Fully loaded payroll. See full EC definition.|
|Intermediate Inputs||Non-capital purchases of goods and services as operational inputs. See full Intermediate Inputs definition.|
|Intermediate Inputs Share of Output||The ratio, as a coefficient, of Intermediate Inputs to Output. Calculated as Intermediate Inputs divided by Output.|
|Labor Income||The combination of all forms of income: Employee Compensation and Proprietor Income. See full Labor Income definition.|
|Metric||Metric is recommended to be selected only in conjunction with a Field Picker filter (a Filter-Only Field). This is a helpful Dashboard option.|
|Other Property Income (OPI)||Calculated as Gross Operating Surplus minus Proprietor Income. See full OPI definition.|
|Output||Total value of goods/services produced in the Data Year. See full Output definition.|
|Output per Worker||The average rate of Output generated by each worker for the given Industry and/or Region. Calculated as Output divided by Total Employment.|
|Proprietor Employment||Count of proprietors, partners, and tax-exempt cooperative members.|
|Proprietor Income (PI)||The current-production income earned by Proprietor Employment. See full PI definition.|
|Tax on Production and Imports (TOPI)||TOPI includes sales and excise taxes, customs duties, property taxes, motor vehicle licenses, severance taxes, other taxes, and special assessments. See full TOPI definition.|
|Total Employment||All Wage and Salary Employment and Proprietor Employment. See full Employment definition.|
|Total Value Added||The difference between an Industry's or establishment's total Output and the cost of its Intermediate Inputs; it is a measure of the contribution to GDP. See full Value Added definition.|
|Value Added per Worker||Total Value Added divided by Total Employment.|
|Value Added Share of Output||The ratio, as a coefficient, of Total Value Added to Output. Calculated as Total Value Added divided by Output.|
|Wage and Salary Employment||Headcount of salaried or wage-earning employees.|
Written August 30, 2023