Center for Metropolitan Studies (CEM / Ridc) launches the first georeferenced and consolidated dataset
Book release by CEM researcher. "Public Policy as a Multidisciplinary Field" ("A Política Pública como Campo Multidisciplinar") was organized by Eduardo Marques (CEM/USP) and Carlos Aurélio Pimenta de Faria. It was released in August/2013.
Work on São Paulo in the XXI century, organized by CEM researcher and USP professor, is internationally launched
An agent-based model to understand the effect of interactions on the distribution of educational resources
It is available in the Database area a vast set of data of all Demographic Censuses conducted by IBGE for over half a century and also the National Household Sample Survey (PNADs, in Portuguese) containing 35 years of information. The dataset also includes instructions for the usage of the microdata dataset from the Brazilian Demographic Census samples (1960-2010). New stuff: new data updates relating to datasets: one of them is the latest version of the microdata sample of the Demographic Census 2010 (IBGE on March 11/2016). The improvements provide information corrections, and also new variables were added to Emigration and mortality data. It was also made correction on NHSS 1986 data and made available to NHSS 2014.
Training on Geoprocessing for urban analysis-Registration open for courses in the first half of 2017
CEM offers basic courses on geoprocessing with emphasis in social policies to non-specialists interested in studying more deeply the software. Soon the dates fot the first semester of 2017. For social science researchers using maps to incorporate analysis provides both the space as a dimension of social phenomena (and vice versa), and is a valid form of data presentation.