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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Databases and SAS Data Sets

FPED 2011-2012 (applies to WWEIA, NHANES 2011-2012)

Food Patterns Equivalents Database per 100 grams of FNDDS 6.0 foods

Food Patterns Equivalents Ingredients Database per 100 grams of the unique ingredients of FNDDS 6.0 foods

Food Patterns equivalents for foods in the WWEIA, NHANES 2011-12

SAS code file to create data table

FPED 2009-2010 (applies to WWEIA, NHANES 2009-2010)

Food Patterns Equivalents Database per 100 grams of FNDDS 5.0 foods

Food Patterns Equivalents Ingredients Database per 100 grams of the unique ingredients of FNDDS 5.0 foods

Food Patterns equivalents for foods in the WWEIA, NHANES 2009-10

SAS code file to create data table

FPED 2007-2008 (applies to WWEIA, NHANES 2007-2008)

Food Patterns Equivalents Database per 100 grams of FNDDS 4.1 foods

Food Patterns Equivalents Ingredients Database per 100 grams of the unique ingredients of FNDDS 4.1 foods

Food Patterns equivalents for foods in the WWEIA, NHANES 2007-08

SAS code file to create data table

FPED 2005-2006 (applies to WWEIA, NHANES 2005-2006)

Food Patterns Equivalents Database per 100 grams of FNDDS 3.0 foods

Food Patterns Equivalents Ingredients Database per 100 grams of the unique ingredients of FNDDS 3.0 foods

Food Patterns equivalents for foods in the WWEIA, NHANES 2005-06

SAS code file to create data table

MPED 2.0 (applies to WWEIA, NHANES 2003-2004)

MPED 2.0 (takes you to the MPED 2.0 download page)

MPED 1.0 (applies to WWEIA, NHANES 2001-2002, NHANES 1999-2000, CSFII 1994-1996, 1998)

MPED 1.0 (takes you to the MPED 1.0 download page)

Instructions for Downloading and Extracting Databases

We suggest you print these instructions before you begin the download. Click on File > Print > OK.

  1. Begin download by right-clicking your mouse on one of the links below. In the list that pops up, click on "save (link) target as."
  2. In the "save as" dialog box, select a destination directory in which to save the downloaded file. Click "save" to begin the download.
  3. After the download is complete, use "Windows Explorer" or "My Computer" to locate the file in the destination directory.
  4. Begin extraction by double-clicking on the file. In the dialog box that opens, click "finish."
  5. When asked whether to create a directory, click "yes." Then, when asked whether to run a program, click "yes" again.
  6. Windows Explorer will open, displaying the extracted files in the newly created c:\database name\access (or c:\database name\ascii) directory.

Last Modified: 12/15/2014
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