All results presented in A Portrait of Health: Key results of the 2006/07 New Zealand Health Survey and some additional results are available in Excel format. There are Excel spreadsheets for Chapters 2 to 6, with separate spreadsheets for child (0–14 years) and adult (15 years and over) 2006/07 New Zealand Health Survey data.
Within each spreadsheet, there are separate tabs along the bottom of the spreadsheet for each topic. Simply click on the topic tab of interest and you will see five tables for the selected topic:
- unadjusted prevalence by age group and gender
- unadjusted prevalence by ethnic group and gender
- age-standardised prevalence by ethnic group and gender
- age-standardised rate ratio of prevalence by ethnic group and gender
- age-standardised prevalence by NZDep2006 quintile and gender
Within each topic there may be several indicators in each table, for example, in the Chapter 3 Adult data spreadsheet, on the high blood pressure tab, there are two indicators in each of the five tables: ever diagnosed high blood pressure and currently taking pills for high blood pressure.
There are also separate Excel spreadsheets for each chapter of the report which present age standardised ethnic group by gender estimates with a distinct comparison group, that is, Māori/non-Māori, Pacific/non-Pacific, and Asian/non-Asian. These spreadsheets follow the same format as above, with separate tabs for each topic within the Chapter.
Data presented in the online tables have been analysed according to the protocols and procedures detailed in Chapter 1 of A Portrait of Health: Key results of the 2006/07 New Zealand Health Survey.