Major outputs of TIPD which are open to the public amount to 7,300 files in number and around 32 GB in size. TIPD are bilingually documented and its content, context, and volume are growing steadily. TIPD now consist of three categories of open research data: (1) categorical data, (2) household structure and characteristics data, and (3) population dynamics data. Categorical data include two broad dimensions. The first one is contingency tables which are available in PDF, HTML, RTF, XLS formats, while the other is multi-dimensional data which are offered in CSV, Excel, dBase, Access, Matlab, Gauss, HTML, JMP, SAS, SPSS, Stata, & Access formats. Household structure and characteristics data consist of three broad dimensions of information: (1) household head information, (2) household member composition information, and (3) household geographical information. They are also available in CSV, Excel, dBase, Access, Matlab, Gauss, HTML, JMP, SAS, SPSS, Stata, & Access formats. Population dynamics data consists of three categories: (1) increased population within a given period of time. It can be further dichotomized into two branches of data, population increase due to birth and due to immigration; (2) decreased population within a given period of time. It can also be divided into two branches of data, population decrease due to death and due to emigration; (3) intact population within a given period of time. It can be distinguished into two categories of population: those who make internal migration and those remaining staying-put. For intact population who make internal migration, internal migration processes such as in-, out-, net, gross migrations are analyzable. Every types of population dynamics data are available in CSV, Excel, dBase, Access, Matlab, Gauss, HTML, JMP, SAS, SPSS, Stata, & Access formats. The potential applications for research on TIPs based on TIPD include studies on birth, death, migration, residential mobility, life table, marriage, ageing, education, medical care, labor, family, community, etc. TIPD could be used as background data for survey study, including population analysis, sampling design and sampling planning.