XStatisticalClassification

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A Statistical Classification is a set of Categories which may be assigned to one or more variables registered in statistical surveys or administrative files, and used in the production and dissemination of statistics. The Categories at each Level of the classification structure must be mutually exclusive and jointly exhaustive of all objects/units in the population of interest. (Source: GSIM StatisticalClassification)

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NameCardinalityDatatypeDescription
name
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A linguistic signifier. Human understandable name (word, phrase, or mnemonic) that reflects the ISO/IEC 11179-5 naming principles. If more than one name is provided provide a context to differentiate usage.
purpose
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Explanation of the intent of some decision or object. Supports the use of multiple languages and structured text.
usage
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Explanation of the ways in which some decision or object is employed. Supports the use of multiple languages and structured text.
type
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Binary choice of Bag or Set
validRange
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Contains the release date and terminiation date, i.e. the date the classification was superseded by a successor version or otherwise ceased to be valid.
isCurrentlyValid
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Indicates if the Classifiction is currently valid.
publicationLanguage
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Languages in which the classification is made available.
copyrightOfClassification
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Copyright information on the Statistical Classification. This may be different than that of the DDI representation. Statistical Classifications may have restricted copyrights. Such Statistical Classifications might be excluded from downloading. Notes the copyright statement that should be displayed in official publications to indicate the copyright owner.
isDisseminaitonAllowed
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Indicates whether or not the Statistical Classification may be published or otherwise disseminated (e.g. electronic dissemination).
isVersion
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Indicates if the Statistical Classification is a version.
isUpdate
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Indicates if the Statistical Classification is an update.
isFloating
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Indicates if the Statistical Classification is a floating classification. In a floating statistical classification, a validity period should be defined for all Classification Items which will allow the display of the item structure and content at different points of time.
changesFromPredecessor
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A summary description of the nature and content of changes from the preceding version or update.
updatesPossible
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Indicates whether or not updates are allowed within the classification version i.e. without leading to a new version. Indicate here what structural changes, if any, are permissable within a version. Note whether Classification Items can be added to the structure and whether they can be revalidated or invalidated. Such changes are more likely to be permissable in floating classifications. Also indicate whether changes to such things as Classification Item names and explanatory notes that do not involve structural changes are permissible within a version.
updatesMade
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Summary description of changes which have occurred since the most recent classification version or classification update came into force.
variantChanges
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Describes the relationship between the variant and its base Statistical Classification, including regroupings, aggregations added and extensions.
purposeOfVariant
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If the Statistical Classification is a variant, notes the specific purpose for which it was developed.
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NameTarget ObjectDescriptionSource cardinalityTarget cardinalityRelationship type
isDescribedBy
The collection type that describes the structure and membership of the collection as a whole. If the collection is complex this should indicate the main entry point to the collection that would allow for traversing through the full collection. Normally this would be a StrictList, an UnorderedList (containing members), or a Level (describing members of each level of a hierarchy and the hierarchical relationships between levels).
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Neither
maintenanceAuthority
The organization or individual maintaining the classification. Could be he unit or group of persons within the organisation who are responsible for the Statistical Classification (i.e, for maintaining, updating and changing it
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Neither
contactPersons
Person(s) who may be contacted for additional information about the Statistical Classification.
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Neither
legalBase
Indicates that the Statistical Classification is covered by a legal act or by some other formal agreement.
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Neither
predecessor
For those Statistical Classifications that are versions or updates, notes the preceding Statistical Classification of which the actual Statistical Classification is the successor.
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Neither
sucessor
Notes the Statistical Classification that superceded the actual Statistical Classification.
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0..1
Neither
derivedFrom
A Statistical Classification can be derived from one of the classification versions of another Classification Series. The derived Statistical Classification can either inherit the structure of the classification version from which it is derived, usually adding more detail, or use a large part of its Classification Items, rearranging them in a different structure. Indicates the classification version from which the actual Statistical Classification is derived.
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realizes
Realizes the pattern class Collection
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Neither
variantOf
For those Statistical Classifications that are variants, notes the Statistical Classification on which it is based and any subsequent versions of that Statistical Classification to which it is also applicable.
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