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    a.tyler.nelson commented,

    What constitutes the "old" 509 highway construction spending pattern? I utilized the spending pattern available under the utilities folder for IMPLAN 3.0.

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    Tax-exempt industry purchases in SAM

    I've been performing a highway and bridge reconstruction impact analysis, using the methodology outlined in the sample exercise in the IMPLAN user guide (509 Industries, etc). The construction proj...

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    Inflating inputs for future years

    I'm working on estimating the state-wide impacts of earnings by graduates from a New Jersey community college, over time. To do so, I have estimated the number of graduates who will work in-state, ...

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    Combined analysis on state and counties?

    Can I combine state-level data file (e.g. for all of NJ) and county-level data files (for New York County and Philadelphia County), and perform an analysis on the whole region?

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    a.tyler.nelson commented,

    Thanks Doug. I've been running this analysis according to your suggestions, but every time I run it, the direct employment figures in the results are markedly different from the figures I entered ...

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    a.tyler.nelson commented,

    Ok, this is helpful. But to further complicate matters, the processing plant has indicated that it will purchase some poultry from within the county, and some from outside the county. The economic ...

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    Customizing LPP for specific industry inputs

    I'm developing a model to estimate the impacts of both a poultry hatchery (Sector 3013) and a poultry processing facility (Sector 3060) in Nash County, NC. Because the hatchery products are inputs ...