No. The sf32000x data sets are distillations of the much more detailed data available on the complete Summary File 3 table files (stored in the sf32000
filetype/data directory in our archive). There are also other summary files (sf1, sf2 and sf4) that have tract level summary data. When looking for more detailed data I would start by selecting the sf32000
filetype from the uexplore home page. The data sets we used to derive the sf32000x.ustracts data set are stored in the xxtrbgs
subdirectory of sf32000 - http://mcdc2.missouri.edu/cgi-bin/uexplore?/pub/data/sf32000/xxtrbgs
. We do not have a single ustracts data set with the complete tables -- it would be too big to process efficiently. What we have is a collection of 51 state data sets, each containing data at the census tract and block group summary levels. These data sets have only the P and H tables, not the PCT and HCT (even more detailed) tables. But those are available via American FactFinder (Missouri pct and hct tables are
available in our archive) . As are the SF1, SF2 and SF4 tables. If you are looking for a very specific tabulation involving a cross-tabulation of categories (for example, Poverty Status by Age and Race) then you might want to use the AFF Select Tables screen with the ability to search by Subject and keyword(s). For volume extracts you may find that uexplore/dexter is easier to use once you know what tables you need.