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1395.0 - Essential Statistical Assets for Australia, 2013  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 14/03/2013  First Issue
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The detailed 2013 list of ESA for Australia is available on the ABS website via the "Downloads" tab.


COLUMN DESCRIPTIONS FOR THE 2013 LIST OF ESA FOR AUSTRALIA


ID Number

Each statistic has a random ID number allocated to support identification and discussion of specific statistics.


Pillar

Forms part of the ESA for Australia organising framework and includes the following: economy, environment and society.

Any pillar coloured purple indicates that it contains statistics that are relevant to multiple dimensions and pillars.


Dimension

Forms part of the ESA for Australia organising framework and divides the pillars into further subjects (see figure 2 in the main body of the paper for the full list of dimensions).

Dimensions are not considered mutually exclusive, and it is possible that statistics may be used to inform multiple pillars and/or multiple dimensions.


Essential statistics

The label for a defined essential statistic or set of interrelated statistics.


Description

Additional information to clarify the scope of each statistic identified.


Datasets and Data custodians

The key currently existing datasets that inform each statistic (if applicable), and the data custodian(s) responsible for maintaining each existing dataset.


Justification

The justification provides a short, concise statement that sets out how each statistic relates to the four criteria.


Critical frequency

The minimum required frequency for the statistic(s) to be reported.

Note that it is not a requirement that all aspects of the statistics identified in the list are required at this frequency – a more detailed assessment will be undertaken during phase 2 of the initiative.


Critical spatial

The level of spatial disaggregations required for the statistic(s).

Note that is not a requirement that all aspects of the statistics identified in the list are required to be reported at this level of disaggregation – a more detailed assessment will be undertaken during phase 2 of the initiative.


Critical disaggregation

The minimum disaggregations required to maximise the utility of the statistic(s) and meet reporting obligations.

Note that is not a requirement that all aspects of the statistics identified in the list are required to be reported at this level of disaggregation – a more detailed assessment will be undertaken during phase 2 of the initiative.



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