I have raised a number of issues related to research using computerized data, which must be considered by supplying agencies, libraries, funding agencies, and researchers. Before the 1980 census data are released, researchers should suggest ways in which the data could be made easier and more useful to work with, and data supplying institutions should both respond to and take a lead in finding new approaches that will allow scientists to take full advantage of the opportunities provided by computerized data.

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