2901.0 - Census of Population and Housing: Census Dictionary, 2016
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Mnemonics are a shorthand method of describing Census classifications when specifying output requirements. Each classification relates to either a dwelling (or household), family or person. The last character of the mnemonic (D, F or P) indicates the unit to which the classification relates. For example, AGEP is the mnemonic for the person level classification Age. The default order of the sortable classification index in this dictionary is alphabetic order by mnemonic.
See Classification Index.