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6227.0.30.001 - Microdata: Education and Work, Australia, May 2011 Quality Declaration 
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USING THE TABLEBUILDER


For general information relating to the TableBuilder or instructions on how to use features of the TableBuilder product, please refer to the User Manual: TableBuilder, 2011 (cat. no. 1406.0.55.005).

Information relating to survey methodologies, such as the counting units and weights applied to the TableBuilder dataset, are explained in the Survey methodology section.

The TableBuilder dataset contains all of the person level data applicable to the SEW. Information on the structure is provided in the File structure section.


USING THE DATA

Counting units and weights

Population estimates can be obtained from the 2011 SEW TableBuilder. When producing tables in TableBuilder, the summation option or counting unit will automatically be added to the table.

Multi-response data items

Multiple response data items allow a respondent to fall into multiple categories.

The 2011 SEW TableBuilder does not contain any multi-response items.

Field exclusion rules

Field exclusion rules exist when two or more data items cannot be added to the same table due to confidentiality risks within the data.

One such rule exists in the SEW TableBuilder. The data items '2. Area of usual residence' and '66. Remoteness areas' cannot be added to the same table due to limits on identifying geography.


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