CANIND71: alphabetical list of variables

AVWAGE Average monthly wage per employee in dollars and cents -- a derived variable calculated only when data for TOTEMP, WAGES and MONTH were not missing.

CDID Census District code, comprising initial letter for province followed by sequential three-digit number, from 001 in southwestern Ontario to 206 in northeastern Nova Scotia.
CDISTRIC Census District name, with qualifiers such as North, South, East, and West placed after the main name.
COMMENTS Remarks added on the schedule, providing additional information about the establishment (up to 200 characters)
CSD Census Sub-District name, usually corresponding to basic municipal unit such as township, town or village in Ontario , and also to ward of major cities. Qualifiers such as North, etc placed after the main name and abbreviated to N, etc. Urban municipal status indicated by T for Town/Ville and V for Village.
EMPBOY Boys under 16 years (number employed).
EMPGIRL Girls under 16 years (number employed).
EMPMEN Men over 16 years (number employed).
EMPWOM Women over 16 years (number employed).
FIXCAP Fixed capital invested, in dollars.
FLOCAP Floating capital employed, in dollars.
FORCE Nominal force of moving power, stated in horse power units.
MONTH Number of working months in the year.
PQUANT1 Quantity of first product, with provision for up to 12 products per establishment.
PROD1 Name of first product, with provision for up to 12 products per establishment.
PROP Has an "F" entered if the proprietor had a woman's name.
PROPRIOR Name of proprietor or company.
PUNIT1 Unit of measurement of first product, according to abbreviations in Tables 3-2 and 3-3, with provision for up to 12 products per establishment.
PVALUE1 Value of first product, in dollars, with provision for up to 12 products per establishment.
RAWMAT1 Name of first raw material, with provision for up to 12 raw materials per establishment.
REFNUM Unique number of individual establishment in the database.
RQUANT1 Quantity of first raw material, with provision for up to 12 raw materials per establishment.
RVALUE1 Value of first raw material, in dollars, with provision for up to 12 raw materials per establishment.
SEC Major industry group or sector, in which basic SIC codes are grouped together as in Table 6-2. Derived from SIC variable following.
SIC Standard Industrial Classification code, to accommodate variant suffixes and composites, as in Tables 6-3, 6-4, and 6-5.
SUMPROC Total value of products, the sum of PVALUE1 + PVALUE2 + PVALUE3... etc, in dollars, a derived variable.
SUMRAWC Total value of raw materials, the sum of RVALUE1 + RVALUE2 + RVALUE3... etc, in dollars, a derived variable.
TOTEMP Sum of all employees, EMPMEN, EMPWOM, EMPBOY and EMPGIRL, a derived variable.
TYPEEST Type of industrial establishment, in the natural language of the manuscript schedules.
TYPEPOW Type of moving power other than manual, with a controlled vocabulary of types: Water, Steam, W/S (Water/Steam), Horse, Wind.
VADD Value added in manufacturing in dollars, a variable derived by subtracting SUMRAWC from SUMPROC when neither is missing.
WAGES Aggregate amount of yearly wages, in dollars.

 

 
   
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