910 Geography and travel

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."

Country – New Zealand Standard Classification

"Country is a key variable for determining population and economic statistics that relate to birthplace, country of residence, overseas trade, and balance of payments data. There are two types of country classifications: the four-numeric classification and the two-alpha classification. Statistics NZ maintains the four-numeric classification according to the numeric codes and names assigned by the UN Statistical Division and the International Organization for Standardization. The four-numeric classification of a country is a hierarchical classification with three levels.

"Country is a key variable for determining population and economic statistics that relate to birthplace, country of residence, overseas trade, and balance of payments data. There are two types of country classifications: the four-numeric classification and the two-alpha classification. Statistics NZ maintains the four-numeric classification according to the numeric codes and names assigned by the UN Statistical Division and the International Organization for Standardization. The four-numeric classification of a country is a hierarchical classification with three levels.

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."

New Zealand Accommodation Classification

"The standard classification of accommodation is a hierarchical classification of three levels. Level 1 of the classification has five categories, level 2 has 11 categories and level 3 has 18 categories."

"The standard classification of accommodation is a hierarchical classification of three levels. Level 1 of the classification has five categories, level 2 has 11 categories and level 3 has 18 categories."

Outline of World Cultures

"This outline supplements the topical classification of the 'Outline of Cultural Materials' with a new outline organizing and classifying the known cultures of the world. The new system: (1) expedites the beginning of actual processing of information into the Human Relations Area Files, (2) permits excerpting of sources processed that pertain to cultures other than those for which files have been established, and (3) assures that societies selected for processing approach the ideal of a representative sample of the world's cultures.

"This outline supplements the topical classification of the 'Outline of Cultural Materials' with a new outline organizing and classifying the known cultures of the world. The new system: (1) expedites the beginning of actual processing of information into the Human Relations Area Files, (2) permits excerpting of sources processed that pertain to cultures other than those for which files have been established, and (3) assures that societies selected for processing approach the ideal of a representative sample of the world's cultures.

National Statistics Country Classification

"Country is a key variable for determining a range of social and economic statistics including country of birth, country of residence, migration, international trade and balance of payments. The National Statistics Country Classification, including the definition and coding index is designed to be the standard harmonised framework used by National Statistics' users and producers involved in the collection and processing of country-related statistical data.

"Country is a key variable for determining a range of social and economic statistics including country of birth, country of residence, migration, international trade and balance of payments. The National Statistics Country Classification, including the definition and coding index is designed to be the standard harmonised framework used by National Statistics' users and producers involved in the collection and processing of country-related statistical data.

Australian Standard Geographical Classification

"The ASGC provides seven hierarchies of geographical areas. Each structure is designed to suit different statistical purposes. This edition has four current structures. The Main Structure and the Statistical Region Structure cover the whole of Australia. The Local Government Area Structure and the Statistical District Structure cover only part of Australia. The three remaining structures, Urban Centres and Localities, Section of State and Remoteness Structures, have not been included as Census Collection Districts are no longer defined.

Australian Statistical Geography Standard

"The ASGS brings all the regions for which the ABS publishes statistics within the one framework and will be used by the ABS for the collection and dissemination of geographically classified statistics from 1 July 2011. It is the framework for understanding and interpreting the geographical context of statistics published by the ABS. The ABS also encourages the use of the ASGS by other organisations to improve the comparability and usefulness of statistics generally.

Standard Australian Classification of Countries

"The scope of the SACC is all countries, as defined above, currently existing in the world. Most countries are separately identified in the classification, even though many of them are statistically insignificant in the Australian context. A small number of geographic areas have not been separately identified but have been included in residual (not elsewhere classified) categories. Most of these entities have no permanent civilian population and are not significant in terms of social or economic statistics.

Tesauro de Turismo

"2332 términos, 207 relaciones entre términos, 95 términos equivalentes. Resultado del trabajo realizado por el CDTE a lo largo de sus casi 50 años de existencia, el Tesauro que aquí se puede descargar constituye un catalogo único a nivel mundial de términos relacionados de uso frecuente en la industria turística."

"2332 terms, 207 relationships between terms, 95 equivalent terms. Result of the work done by the CDTE throughout its almost 50 years of existence, the Thesaurus that can be downloaded here is a unique worldwide catalog of related terms of use Frequent in the tourist industry. "

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