Australian Bureau of Statistics
1267.0 - Australian Standard Classification of Languages (ASCL), 1997
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 31/01/1997
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Regardless of the level of aggregation envisaged for the dissemination of statistics, data should be captured, classified and stored at the base level of the classification wherever possible. Collecting and storing data at the most detailed level of the classification allows the greatest flexibility for the output of statistics, enables more detailed and complex analyses, facilitates comparisons with previous data using different classifications, and preserves information that provides maximum flexibility for future use of the data.
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