Current lesson: 2.3
The tables in this and the next lesson are inspired by the Australian Census Household survey but the figures are made-up for these exercises. This Census survey collects information about all people present (but not necessarily living) in each household during a specific night in the year.
In this lesson, the data is presented in a largely simplified raw microdata table. Let’s practice how to determine the component type of the different columns in the table.
To identify the components, we suggest following this sequence:
Don’t hesitate to check out the hint given on each column. You can retry several times. Wrong answers will give you additional explanations.
Drag the proposed component types to the appropriate columns
(inside the areas surrounded by dashed lines while dragging).
Use full-screen mode for better readability.
After submitting your answers click ‘Next’ to move to the next lesson.