Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization - G.17
G.17 Data Download Formats
The Federal Reserve provides the data from the G.17 release in multiple ways:
The Data Download Program allows you to retrieve data related to selected Federal Reserve Boad statistical releases, including the G.17. You may build your own custom data package or select a preformatted package. The Data Download Program allows for charting of selected data as well as downloading data in serveral different formats (i.e. Excel, CSV, XML (SDMX)).
The files containing data from 1986 to present are updated each month as part of the G.17 release process.
The historical data, grouped by the table in which they appear in the G.17 release, are available in text files.
The format for each line in the files consists of an industry code,
a year, and 12 months of data (to four decimal places) when available. The data have
various start dates; the earliest is 1919.
Documentation for importing data into Microsoft Excel.
The data and the documentation files are available through the following links. (Tables 4 and 5 are indexes of series found in tables 1 and 2. Data and documentation for table 10 are available through the links for tables 1 and 2. Tables 11, 12, 13, and 14 of the release report a limited range of historical data for major aggregates found in other tables. These tables are, therefore, not reported here.)
- Tables 1, 2 and 10: Industrial Production: Market and Industry Groups (including IP series from tables 1, 2, and tables 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, and 1E of the G.17 Supplement; also includes gross-value-weighted industrial production for stage-of-process groups found in table 10)
- Table 3: Motor Vehicle Assemblies
- Table 6: Diffusion Indexes of Industrial Production
- Tables 7 and 8: Capacity Utilization and Industrial Capacity: Manufacturing, Mining, and Utilities (includes series from tables 7, 8, and tables 2, 3 of the G.17 Supplement)
- Table 9: Industrial Production: Gross Value of Products
- All Tables: Tables 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, and 9
- Relative Importance Weights for Seasonally Adjusted IP.
- Discontinued Data: Electric Power Use: Manufacturing and Mining
A separate set of data and documentation show the seasonally adjusted aggregate initial estimate of the Industrial Production index as it was originally published and subsequently revised during the normal four-month estimation period as was the practice up through March 2008.
The Federal Reserve also publishes some industrial data that are not part of the G.17 release:
- December 16, 2015: An annual price index for computer storage equipment for the period 2002 through 2014 is now available. The index provides an estimate of year-to-year price changes for computer storage equipment assuming that the quality of the device is unchanged. Data from IDC, a company specializing in information technology industries, were used to construct a matched-model quarterly price index, which was then converted to an annual index. This annual price index was incorporated into the industrial production indexes for computer storage equipment at the time of the annual revision to the G.17 statistical release on industrial production and capacity utilization that was published on July 21, 2015. A comma-delimited text file containing annual data is available for download. More details are available here.
- December 16, 2015: The Federal Reserve released updated microprocessor price index with new data for 2012 and 2013. This price index was previously issued in 2013 with data for 2007 through 2011. The updated price index was incorporated into the industrial production index for semiconductors and related electronic components published on July 21, 2015, as a part of the annual revision to the G.17 statistical release on industrial production and capacity utilization. A comma-delimited text file containing annual data is available for download.
- August 7, 2015: The Federal Reserve released updated communications equipment price indexes. Comma-delimited text files containing quarterly and annual data are available for download
- July 30, 2015: The Federal Reserve released updated seasonal factors for auto and truck sales. A comma-delimited text file containing these seasonal factors is available for download.
- June 2, 2015: Seasonal factors for auto and truck production have been revised. These factors are based on production data through April 2015 and were revised back to January 1996. The seasonal factors explicitly incorporate the holiday schedule for the vehicle assembly lines. The AFL-CIO's current collective bargaining agreements with domestic manufacturers, however, expire at the end of the third quarter of 2015. Factors for the fourth quarter of 2015 and for 2016 were estimated based on the holiday schedule in place over the past three years. Once the new agreements are finalized, the seasonal factors will be updated to reflect the agreed-upon holiday schedule over the terms of the contracts. A comma-delimited text file containing these seasonal factors is available for download.
- June 26, 2013: Industrial Production Seasonal Adjustment Procedures. A file with detailed information on the procedures used to seasonally adjust the Industrial Production Indexes is now available for download.
G.17 data are provided to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as part of their Special Data Dissemination Standard Plus (SDDS+) program:
G.17 data are provided to the United Nations (UN) as part of their industrial statistics program. Unlike the G17, which is NAICS-based, the UN data are based on the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC), Rev. 4:
Historical release dates are also available.
Discontinued Data: Electric Power Use: Manufacturing and Mining. The Federal Reserve discontinued its survey of industrial electric power use with the publication on December 15, 2005, of data for October 2005. Although the indexes of electric power use will are no longer updated, the historical indexes will remain available.