Here's an example of how to use DataFerret (a Census table-building tool) to lookup variable names and their descriptions on http://dataferrett.census.gov/run.html
"$20,000-$34,999: 30 to 34 percent" (presumably H0500016) is missing. Variables jump from "$20,000-$34,999: 25 to 29 percent" to "$20,000-$34,999: 35 percent or more". Using the variable in the data call results in an unknown variable error.
In the 1990 sf1 data call, H0240001 (Spec Own-occ HUs:Agg Value) is currently returned as a regular integer. However, all the state values are the same - 2,147,483,647, which is the max value that can be stored in a regular integer, indicating that the variable should be stored as a big integer.
Is there any way to find out
How many people are Educated ?
How many people are schooling ?
How many people are Bachelors degree ?
How many people are graduate or proffessional degree ?
In the first 1990 census table, there is no variable for Amer Ind/Esk/Aleut Males 12-13 yrs. In the age by race and gender group, the variables skip from P0120131 to P0120133, so presumably P0120132 is the missing age range. Using the variable in the data call results in an unknown variable error.