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See Sex (SEXP).
See Census Geographic Areas, Australian Standard Geographical Classification (ASGC).
See Census Geographic Areas, Digital base map data, Digital boundaries.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are software systems for the capture, storage, manipulation (analysis) and display of spatially referenced data.
For ASGC purposes, the ABS uses the definition of Australia as set out in section 17(a) of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 and as amended by the Territories Law Reform Act, No. 104, 1992.
Geographical Australia, since 1993, includes:
See Geographic Information Systems.
See Industry Sector (GNGP), Type of Educational Institution Attending (TYPP).
The ABS defines a group household as a household consisting of two or more unrelated people where all persons are aged 15 years or over. There are no reported couple relationships, parent-child relationships or other blood relationships in these households.
An unrelated child (e.g. boarder) under the age of 15 who lives in a household with one or more usual residents, is coded as forming a parent-child relationship within that household. These households become family households, not group households.
Group households are classified in the variable Household Type (HHTD), and individual members are classified in Relationship in Household (RLHP).
See also Child, Family, Household, Household Type (HHTD), Relationship in Household (RLHP).