[attachment=602]ScreenGrabStatenIsland2.pdf[/attachment] Hey IMPLAN, I recently bought 2013 county files for the state of New York. In many cases, the model overview is showing personal income that is greater (much greater) than gross regional product. Unless other income or production taxes are negative (and significantly so) this is not possible. The value added components appear to be correct. That is, the model overview agrees with the study area data. However, the personal income appears to be way off. Additionally, and this may be related to the previous problem, I am finding personal income values for sectors in finance and real estate that don't make sense. In my Richmond model, the average annual income for sectors 435, 436, and 439 is quite low ($12,902, $7,077 and $8,025, respectively) that are not consistent with nearby counties, the state of New York, or 2007 Richmond values. Can you please investigate that too? See screen grabs for additional assistance. Best, Alec
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