Handy tip: The CdiA Excel workbooks are often very large and it can be difficult to locate exactly what you are looking for. Given the size of these Excel worksheets, we recommend using the Excel filter to more easily locate the specific data you are looking for.
The filter function may be used by highlighting the title row and pressing Shift+Ctrl+L. You may then more simply locate the data you are looking for through the dropdown lists available from each column heading.
The data: The Need help locating data? page provides a brief description of the Excel data and it may be of assistance to more easily navigate through the Excel data. The page also provides information about which Excel data informs various visualisations as well as providing links to the various data visualisations.
Rankings data are only available from the Tableau presentation.
This is the last year that ACIM books will be produced because data contained within the ACIM books are available elsewhere within the CdiA. The Need help locating data? page will help familiarise ACIM users with where ACIM data is available elsewhere within the CdiA.
Please note, ACIM books are only available for selected cancers. Also, please refer to Cancer data commentary number 5 to better understand why ovarian cancer and serous carcinomas of the fallopian tube is now used to measure ovarian cancer incidence within the Ovarian cancer ACIM book.