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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.

Years at usual residence – top category aggregation

This output set is the same as the classification for years at usual residence, however the top input variable categories are aggregated to form a ‘90 Years or More’ category to protect the confidentiality of those respondents. ‘Repeated value’ should not be included as it should not be used in any official output.

The full classification is included in Download of classification.

Years at usual residence – 5 year range

This output set consists of five single categories, five standard 5–year ranges, an open–ended time period and the residual categories. This output set can be used in cross–tabulations where the number of cells is restricted.

0 Years

1 Year

2 Years

3 Years

4 Years

5–9 Years

10–14 Years

15–19 Years

20–24 Years

25–29 Years

30 Years or More

Not Elsewhere Included

Years at usual residence – compact category set

This standard output set provides a compact set of ranges for cross–tabulations.

0 Years

1–4 Years

5–9 Years

10–14 Years

15–29 Years

30 Years or More

Not Elsewhere Included

Space limitations in publications may dictate the use of output variable category sets.

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. ‘Repeated value’ should not be used in any official output.

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