How Do I Use a CSFP Ethnicity Report (Duplicated)? (US Only)

Data required for the FNS-191.This version provides duplicated counts so it should not be used for FNS reporting. See the CSFP Ethnicity Report (Unique) for FNS reporting.

Step-by-Step Guide

See Report Setup Foundations for information on basic setup steps for all reports.

  • Click on the "Create Report"  button.
  • Your report will be found in your "Report Inbox".

Review Report Basics for information on what "Unique" and "Duplicated" mean.

CSFP: Ethnicity Report (Duplicated)

This report shows a table and two sets of graphs. It reports on the ethnicites of clients served during the reporting period.

Table

  • The light blue heading represents the title of the section that was chosen to be reported on.
  • The dark blue heading describes the section. 
  • The list items appear on the leftmost column and the totals for each organization are listed in sequential columns. 
  • The rightmost column will be the total of all columns combined.

Clicking on the "Tools"  button on the right side of each section will reveal other options 

  • Copy: This copies the table contents to your computer's clipboard.
  • CSV: This exports the table into a CSV file, generally viewed with Microsoft Excel.
  • PDF: This exports the table into a PDF.
  • Print: This presents a printer-friendly version of the table (press "Esc" on your keyboard to return to the report)/

Clicking on "Enable Scrolling"  will allow you to scroll to the right if there are more items in the table that are not currently in view.


Breakdown

When running this report, the table is broken down into a list of races and whether or not the client identifies as being "Hispanic/Latino" or not. 

This report considers "Hispanic/Latino" (rows) as an ethnic group and the other options are listed in rows as races. 


If someone selects any combination of ethnicities listed in the rows 05-13 INCLUDING Hispanic/Latino, the count will be listed in that row under the "Hispanic/Latino" column.

If someone selects any combination of ethnicities listed in the rows 05-13 EXCLUDING Hispanic/Latino, the count will be listed in that row under the "Non-Hispanic/Latino" column.


If someone selects more than one ethnicity that isn't specified in the rows 05-13 INCLUDING Hispanic/Latino, the count will be listed in row 14 under the "Hispanic/Latino" column.

If someone selects more than one ethnicity that isn't specified in the rows 05-13 EXCLUDING Hispanic/Latino, the count will be listed in row 14 under the  "Non-Hispanic/Latino" column.


If someone selects "Other" INCLUDING Hispanic/Latino, the count will be listed in row "99 Other" under the "Hispanic/Latino" column.

If someone selects "Other" EXCLUDING Hispanic/Latino, the count will be listed in row "99 Other" under the "Non-Hispanic/Latino" column.


If someone selects "Not Applicable", the count will be listed in row "99 Not Applicable" under the "Non-Hispanic/Latino" column.

If someone selects "Undisclosed", the count will be listed in row "99 Undisclosed" under the "Non-Hispanic/Latino" column.


NOTE: If someone is only Hispanic/Latino, the count will show in the "09 White" row under the "Hispanic/Latino" column.

Graph

The first set of graphs shows data between Hispanic/Latino clients and Non-Hispanic/Latino Clients.

The second set reports on all ethnicities.

Clicking on the "Convert to PNG"   button and then the "Download PNG" button  will allow you to save this graph as a PNG (image) file onto your device.

Click on the "Print View"  button at the top of the page to see the printer-friendly version to print the entire report.