Check your knowledge: Basic components of a statistical data table (2)
Current lesson: 2.4
We continue practicing how to determine the component types of the different columns in the table. The values from the table in the previous lesson are now aggregated at the level of Australian states and territories.
According to a frequent approach, different columns for measures or attributes have been pivoted into a new column called ‘Variable’. Their related values have been placed into a new column ‘Observation Value‘. Additional information about the aggregated values (like their unit of measure, unit multiplier and decimal settings) is provided in additional columns.
To assist you in the identification of the components, hints are given again on each column. Note that some columns change the component type compared to the table in the previous lesson!
Drag the proposed component types to the appropriate columns
(inside the areas surrounded by dashed lines while dragging).
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After submitting your answers click ‘Next’ to move to the next lesson.