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Index (Classification Index)

Index Entry (Classification Index Entry)

Ensure only have relationships to Classification objects and not to nodesets.

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  1. The Reference Period is defined as an attribute of StatisticalProgramCycle, it is mentioned in the definitions of StatisticalActivity and its subtypes AcquisitionActivityDisseminationActivityand ProductionActivity, as well as in the explanatory text of AcquisitionDesign.

     

    However, it is not part of the definition of a Variable and does not take part in the definition or description of PopulationUnit or Dataset. So, how does one know what ReferencePeriod a certain set of data (in a DataSet) describes?

     

    Do we need to somehow include ReferencePeriod in the application of a Variable in the context of a ProgramCycle such that it is explicitly kept with the data (as part of the metadata)?