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By Zip Code, St. Louis Area

The following step-by-step process will allow you to customize a data table using Emergency Room Statistics for the St. Louis area.
Select a row variable (default value: Diagnosis).
Year       Race       Ethnicity       Sex       Age       Pay Source       Zip code*        Diagnosis*
Select a column variable (default value: Year).
Year       Race       Ethnicity       Sex       Age       Pay Source        Zip code*       Diagnosis*
If you want to choose a particular range (example: Ages 25-44) do not select that variable above, choose it in the pull-down box below. 
     Race:     Ethnicity:     Sex:
     Age:                       Pay Source:
Select year(s) of interest (default: 2012).
       1994        1995        1996        1997        1998        1999        2000        2001        2002
       2003        2004        2005        2006        2007        2008        2009        2010        2011        2012
 
Select Zip Code(s)
Click on one or more zip code numbers in the list of boxes below. Correct selection by unchecking box(es) in the list or clicking the Reset button at the bottom of the page (this will reset all variables to their default value). 
63005
63010
63011
63017
63021
63025
63026
63031
63033
63034
63038
63040
63042
63043
63044
63045
63049
63069
63073
63074
63088
63101
63102
63103
63104
63105
63106
63107
63108
63109
63110
63111
63112
63113
63114
63115
63116
63117
63118
63119
63120
63121
63122
63123
63124
63125
63126
63127
63128
63129
63130
63131
63132
63133
63134
63135
63136
63137
63138
63139
63140
63141
63143
63144
63146
63147
63155
63301
63303
63304
63386
Select an indicator variable (default: All Diagnoses).
This list contains the major diagnoses. Once the table is produced by major diagnoses, you are allowed to "drill down". "Drill down" allows you to look at more specific diagnoses that make up these major diagnoses.            
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