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Output

Standard output

The following standard output sets are for use in tables published by Statistics New Zealand (Statistics NZ). Note: this does not include customised output requested by clients or descriptive information in Statistics NZ publications. Totals and sub–totals may be included in tables as subject matter areas see fit.

Number of rooms – Top category aggregation

This output set is the same as the classification for number of rooms, however the top input variable categories are aggregated to form a '10 or more rooms' category in order to protect the confidentiality of these respondents. The residual categories may be output separately or combined. Where a combination item of residuals is to be used in output, this item should be labelled ‘not elsewhere included’ and should have a footnote indicating its composition.

The residual categories are defined in Glossary and references.

The full classification is available in Download of classification.

Number of rooms for cross tabulations

Alternatively, when output is used in cross–tabulations, to protect the confidentiality of respondents the top input variable categories can be aggregated to for a '7 or More Rooms' output category. Again the residual categories can be output seperately or aggregated.

Number of bedrooms – Top category aggregation

This output set is the same as the classification, however the top input variable categories are aggregated to form a '10 or more bedrooms' category in order to protect the confidentiality of these respondents. The residual categories may be output separately or combined. Where a combination item of residuals is to be used in output, this item should be labelled ‘not elsewhere included’ and should have a footnote indicating its composition.

The residual categories are defined in Glossary and references.

The full classification is available in Download of classification.

Number of bedrooms for cross tabulations

Alternatively, when output is used in cross–tabulations, to protect the confidentiality of respondents the top input variable categories can be aggregated to for a '5 or more bedrooms' output category. Again the residual categories can be output seperately or aggregated.

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