New Zealand

Iwi – New Zealand Standard Classification

"Statistics on the size and demographic characteristics of Iwi affiliates are needed: to allow the Crown and Iwi to monitor the performance of Treaty of Waitangi obligations; to assist in allocating resources and funds to Iwi; to assist Iwi in planning social and economic developments; to assist Waitangi Tribunal decisions on land ownership, fishing rights, etc; to assist central, regional and local government agencies planning and providing services to Iwi in areas such as housing, health, social welfare and special assistance programmes; to assist local government in the administration of

"Statistics on the size and demographic characteristics of Iwi affiliates are needed: to allow the Crown and Iwi to monitor the performance of Treaty of Waitangi obligations; to assist in allocating resources and funds to Iwi; to assist Iwi in planning social and economic developments; to assist Waitangi Tribunal decisions on land ownership, fishing rights, etc; to assist central, regional and local government agencies planning and providing services to Iwi in areas such as housing, health, social welfare and special assistance programmes; to assist local government in the administration of

New Zealand Framework for Cultural Statistics

"In 1993, the Ministry of Cultural Affairs approached Statistics New Zealand to discuss strategies for improving the range and quality of statistical information available on New Zealand's cultural sector. With its responsibility for collecting statistics relevant to the needs of government, business and the community, Statistics New Zealand agreed that improvement was needed. In order to define what was meant by 'cultural statistics' and to provide direction for future work, it was agreed that the first priority should be the production of a framework for cultural statistics.

Ethnicity New Zealand Standard Classification

"The standard classification of ethnicity is a hierarchical classification of four levels. Level 1 of the classification has six categories and is used solely for output. Level 2 has 21 categories, level 3 has 36 categories and level 4 has 233 categories – excluding residual categories."

"The standard classification of ethnicity is a hierarchical classification of four levels. Level 1 of the classification has six categories and is used solely for output. Level 2 has 21 categories, level 3 has 36 categories and level 4 has 233 categories – excluding residual categories."

Energy Types Used in Private Dwellings – Standard Classification

"Information on the types of energy consumed in occupied New Zealand private dwellings is used for marketing research and to monitor changes, over time, in the energy types used by New Zealand households. It is an indicator of the habitability of houses, when used in conjunction with information on dampness and insulation levels and is an important variable in deriving the deprivation index.

Dwelling Occupancy Status – Standard Classification

"Dwelling occupancy status provides information on whether dwellings are occupied or unoccupied, or are under construction. Dwelling occupancy status provides an indication of the housing stock available in New Zealand for habitation. Information on dwelling occupancy status can be used to evaluate, appraise, and predict urban infrastructure requirements, such as transport, sewerage, and water.

"Dwelling occupancy status provides information on whether dwellings are occupied or unoccupied, or are under construction. Dwelling occupancy status provides an indication of the housing stock available in New Zealand for habitation. Information on dwelling occupancy status can be used to evaluate, appraise, and predict urban infrastructure requirements, such as transport, sewerage, and water.

Dwelling Address Classification

"Dwelling address is a key variable for determining the geographic characteristics of the population. Dwelling address allows comparisons of outputs from different surveys on a regional basis. It is mandatory for the Census of Population and Dwellings to collect particulars as to the location of dwellings under the Statistics Act 1975. Dwelling address is a flat classification of over 46,000 categories."

"Dwelling address is a key variable for determining the geographic characteristics of the population. Dwelling address allows comparisons of outputs from different surveys on a regional basis. It is mandatory for the Census of Population and Dwellings to collect particulars as to the location of dwellings under the Statistics Act 1975. Dwelling address is a flat classification of over 46,000 categories."

Standard Classification of Area Unit

"The standard classification of area unit is a flat classification and contains 2,020 categories. It is released annually on the 1st of January, but there are not always changes from the previous classification. To facilitate time series analysis of data, correspondence files between area units 2006 and 2013 and area units 2001 and 2006 are available."

Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification: Type of Activity

"The Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC) is jointly produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and Statistics New Zealand (Statistics NZ). ANZSRC is the collective name for a set of three related classifications developed for use in the measurement and analysis of research and experimental development (R&D) undertaken in Australia and New Zealand. The three constituent classifications included in the ANZSRC are: Type of Activity (TOA), Fields of Research (FOR), and Socio-economic Objective (SEO).

"The Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC) is jointly produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and Statistics New Zealand (Statistics NZ). ANZSRC is the collective name for a set of three related classifications developed for use in the measurement and analysis of research and experimental development (R&D) undertaken in Australia and New Zealand. The three constituent classifications included in the ANZSRC are: Type of Activity (TOA), Fields of Research (FOR), and Socio-economic Objective (SEO).

Australian and New Zealand Standard Offence Classification

"The third edition of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Offence Classification (ANZSOC) has been developed for use within Australia and in New Zealand for the production and analysis of crime and justice statistics. It replaces the second edition of the Australian Standard Offence Classification (ASOC) and incorporates a title change from ASOC to ANZSOC and corrects some minor typographical errors only. The classification content and structure, which was updated in the second edition of ASOC following a review of the first edition of ASOC released in 1997, remains unchanged.

"The third edition of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Offence Classification (ANZSOC) has been developed for use within Australia and in New Zealand for the production and analysis of crime and justice statistics. It replaces the second edition of the Australian Standard Offence Classification (ASOC) and incorporates a title change from ASOC to ANZSOC and corrects some minor typographical errors only. The classification content and structure, which was updated in the second edition of ASOC following a review of the first edition of ASOC released in 1997, remains unchanged.

Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification

"The Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) 2006 (cat no. 1292.0) was released in February 2006. As a result of using this new classification in statistical collections, the ABS identified some areas where clarifications are needed. Revisions to ANZSIC 2006 are shown in this release. The revisions to ANZSIC 2006 are minor, maintaining the scope, concepts and structure.

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