Australian Bureau of Statistics
8159.0 - Experimental Estimates for the Manufacturing Industry, 2009-10
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 12/12/2011 Final
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Modelling was used on the BAS data rather than substituting it directly as the BAS data items did not map directly to their corresponding EAS data item definitions.
The ANZSIC class experimental estimates for 2009-10 were created subject to the constraint of being additive to national ANZSIC subdivision estimates, as published in the 2009-10 issue of Australian Industry (cat. no. 8155.0). This is also true for state/territory experimental estimates: the state/territory estimates within an ANZSIC subdivision were constrained to sum to the Australian Industry subdivision estimate. This means that the aggregate of state/territory experimental estimates for a given subdivision aligns with the national subdivision estimate published in Australian Industry. However, individual state/territory by ANZSIC subdivision experimental estimates were not constrained to add to the state/territory by ANZSIC division level estimates published in Australian Industry. Consequently, for each state and territory, there are minor differences between the division level experimental estimates and those published in Australian Industry.
For the purpose of compiling experimental ANZSIC class estimates, for Division C Manufacturing in this publication, data for businesses are sourced via one of three categories (or 'streams') in accordance with significance and collection-related characteristics. The diagram below illustrates the ways in which the data streams contribute to the experimental estimates for the manufacturing industry.
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