Australian Bureau of Statistics
1200.0.55.005 - Language Standards, 2012, Version 1.1
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Main Language Other than English Spoken at Home - Outputs
Output categories for Detailed Data
The hierarchical structure of the Australian Standard Classification of Languages (ASCL), Second Edition (ABS cat. no. 1267.0) allows users the flexibility to output statistics at the level of the classification which best suits their requirements. Data can be presented at broad group level, narrow group level, or the base (language) level. If necessary, significant languages within a narrow group can be presented separately while the remaining languages within the narrow group are aggregated. This approach can also be applied to highlight significant narrow groups within a broad group.
Output categories for Minimum Data
The standard output categories for the question module for Minimum Data are:
The variable Main Language Other Than English Spoken at Home requires no supporting variables.
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