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Follow these steps to create a table from South Carolina

Step One

Select row variable (default: Year).

Step Two

Select column variable (default: Race).  

Step Three

Select year(s) of interest (default: 2021). At least 1 year has to be selected

Step Four

Specify Race, Ethnicity, Sex, Age or Education below: (default: All Races, All Ethnicities, Both Sexes, All Ages, All Education Levels)

Race Ethnicity Sex Age
Step Five

Select Region (default: County).

Step Six

Select Region of interest. Warning: To maximize visibility, no more than seven columns should be selected
To select multiple non-sequential regions, hold down the Control (Ctrl) key and click on desired regions.

Sort alphabetically by region or numerically by statistic (default: Alphabetically)
Note: In order to sort, Region must be the row variable.

Step Seven

Select General Category for Cause of Death (default: All Causes)

To select multiple non-sequential causes of death, hold down the Control (Ctrl) key and click on desired causes.

Sort alphabetically by cause of death or numerically by statistic (default: Cause of Death)

Note: In order to sort, Cause of Death must be the row variable. If every cause of death is selected, confidentiality rules will be invoked. Please deselect Residual Causes of Death to prevent this from happening.

Note: Cause of Death Categories are determined by various methods.
Some of the categories shown here differ from those published in the annual VMS Book.

View Breakdown of ICD 10 Codes for Death Categories, Subcategories, and Specific Categories
Step Eight

Choose output preference (default: Frequencies).

Step Nine

Choose confidence interval (default: No Confidence Intervals).

**In order to view confidence intervals, frequencies and rates must be selected in Step 8.

Step Ten

* Available for consecutive years, when Year is chosen as Column Variable.


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