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Part of the population of interest -- A sample is a subset of the population which surveyors hope...

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A sample error is the measure of the variability that occurs because a sample rather than the...

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A sample error is the measure of the variability that occurs because a sample rather than the...

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An individual migrant, either a principal applicant or secondary applicant, is used for the...

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A persons self report satisfaction. Self defined.

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Defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as a 'satisfied or contented state of mind; gratification...

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Leoppock (1935), 'any combination of psychological, physiological and environmental circumstances...

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The residual item in both the national and household income and outlay accounts after all current...

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The residual item in the income and outlay account. Income less outlays equals savings.

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Detailed data on sales of consumer goods obtained by scanning the bar codes for individual products ...

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Describes the location where the injury occurred. It includes homes, farms, and roads or streets.

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The basic minimum price paid to a farmer by a meat processing company. Based on categories of...

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Basic minimum price paid to a farmer by a meat processing company. Based on categories of stock....

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This is a hierarchical classification which groups together enterprises who play a similar role in...

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All aspects of the industry included in the Screen Industry release. All businesses and activity...

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Seasonal adjustment aims to eliminate the impact of regular seasonal events. They may be due to...

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Adjustments made to statistical time series (usually monthly or quarterly) to provide a refined...

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A good or service with seasonal fluctuations in the quantity purchased throughout the year. These...

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Regular fluctuations that occur with the same magnitude at the same time every year.

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Seasonal products are products that either are not available on the market during certain seasons...

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Removes the seasonal component present when dealing with quarterly data. Seasonal patterns obscure...

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Seasonal adjustment aims to eliminate the impact of regular seasonal events (such as annual cycles...

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Seasonal adjustment aims to eliminate the impact of regular seasonal events (such as annual cycles...

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Second generation New Zealander (3 options): Usual resident of New Zealand born in New Zealand with ...

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Offsetting entries to transactions where goods and services are supplied or received without there...

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