Census of Population and Housing 1971: Tabulation SP056

What is tabulation SP056?

Dimension of data sets

Record structure and details of classifications

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What is tabulation SP056?

Tabulation SP056 contains 8 files, one for each State and Territory. Each file gives counts of persons in the workforce in the cross-classification Section of State by Age by Birthplace by Qualifications by Parents' birthplace by Schooling by Industry by Occupation and occupation status by Class of dwelling and walls by Kitchen/bathroom by No. of vehicles by Sex. Each record of the data file contains a count of the number of persons in one cell of the tabulation.

Dimensions of data sets

Tabulation SP056 consists of 8 data files, one for each of the six States and two Territories. The number of records in each file are:

	New South Wales			1119883
	Victoria			862160
	Queensland			435938
	South Australia			332629
	Western Australia		316834
	Tasmania			114120
	Northern Territory		30462
	Australian Capital Territory	49556

The record length is 22 characters.

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Record structure

Each record of the file contains information on one cell of the cross-tabulation, giving indicative values and a tally for the cell. The indicative values are the group codes of the characteristics which define a cell in the table. The tally is the number of persons counted in the census with that combination of characteristics. Cells with zero tally are omitted from the table.

 

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