nCube : Decennial Cause of Death by Age and Sex for under 5s

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Identifier:
N_CoD_DS_1900s_U5
Name:
Decennial Cause of Death by Age and Sex for under 5s
Type:
nCube (N)
Root unit:
England and Wales ( Show data )
Additive:
Yes
Cube Display:
Yes
Cube Download:
Yes
Text:
Cause of Death as reported by the Registrar General's Decennial Supplement, 1901-10, cross-tabulated by age and sex for children under 5. In this decade, deaths in the years 2 to 4 were combined.

Data available for download:

Data for these unit types and dates are available to UK Federation members for download — select one:

Unit Type Date Data Count

December, 1910 432

December, 1910 7920

December, 1910 91294

nCube " Decennial Cause of Death by Age and Sex for under 5s " is contained within:


Dataset Groups, bringing together related datasets:

Entity ID Entity Name
NG_CoD_DS Decennial Cause of Death Statistics

Universes, definining what the values in datasets add up to:

Entity ID Entity Name
U_DEATHS_U5 All deaths at ages under 5 years



nCube " Decennial Cause of Death by Age and Sex for under 5s " contains:


Variables, defining what data was gathered for :

Entity ID Entity Name
V_SEX Sex
V_AGE_U5_3BANDS Age between birth and 5 in three bands
V_CoD_DS_1900s Cause of Death (RG 1900s DS definition)



Decennial Cause of Death by Age and Sex for under 5s: Data map listing


Each of our datasets, or nCubes, combines one or more variables (Var) each of which consists of a set of categories. The data map lists all the possible combinations of categories. The cell references are the identifiers held in our main table of statistics, recording what each number measures.

Cell Reference Var Category Value
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/small 1 Male
2 0
3 Small-pox
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/diarr 1 Male
2 0
3 Diarrhoea and Dysentery
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/pulmon 1 Male
2 0
3 Pulmonary tuberculosis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/phth 1 Male
2 0
3 Phthisis (not otherwise defined)
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/menin 1 Male
2 0
3 Tuberculous meningitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/perit 1 Male
2 0
3 Tuberculous peritonitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/tabes 1 Male
2 0
3 Tabes mesenterica
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/tuber 1 Male
2 0
3 Other tuberculous diseases
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/canc 1 Male
2 0
3 Cancer
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/septic 1 Male
2 0
3 Septic diseases
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/rheum 1 Male
2 0
3 Rheumatic fever and Rheumatism of heart
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/measl 1 Male
2 0
3 Measles
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/pneum 1 Male
2 0
3 Pneumonia
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/bronch 1 Male
2 0
3 Bronchitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/child 1 Male
2 0
3 Childbirth and Puerperal fever
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/viol 1 Male
2 0
3 Violence
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/other 1 Male
2 0
3 Other Causes
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/scarl 1 Male
2 0
3 Scarlet fever
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/typh 1 Male
2 0
3 Typhus
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/influ 1 Male
2 0
3 Influenza
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/whoop 1 Male
2 0
3 Whooping cough
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/dipth 1 Male
2 0
3 Diphtheria
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/pyrex 1 Male
2 0
3 Pyrexia
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/0/enter 1 Male
2 0
3 Enteric fever
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/small 1 Male
2 1
3 Small-pox
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/diarr 1 Male
2 1
3 Diarrhoea and Dysentery
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/pulmon 1 Male
2 1
3 Pulmonary tuberculosis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/phth 1 Male
2 1
3 Phthisis (not otherwise defined)
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/menin 1 Male
2 1
3 Tuberculous meningitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/perit 1 Male
2 1
3 Tuberculous peritonitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/tabes 1 Male
2 1
3 Tabes mesenterica
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/tuber 1 Male
2 1
3 Other tuberculous diseases
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/canc 1 Male
2 1
3 Cancer
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/septic 1 Male
2 1
3 Septic diseases
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/rheum 1 Male
2 1
3 Rheumatic fever and Rheumatism of heart
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/measl 1 Male
2 1
3 Measles
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/pneum 1 Male
2 1
3 Pneumonia
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/bronch 1 Male
2 1
3 Bronchitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/child 1 Male
2 1
3 Childbirth and Puerperal fever
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/viol 1 Male
2 1
3 Violence
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/other 1 Male
2 1
3 Other Causes
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/scarl 1 Male
2 1
3 Scarlet fever
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/typh 1 Male
2 1
3 Typhus
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/influ 1 Male
2 1
3 Influenza
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/whoop 1 Male
2 1
3 Whooping cough
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/dipth 1 Male
2 1
3 Diphtheria
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/pyrex 1 Male
2 1
3 Pyrexia
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/1/enter 1 Male
2 1
3 Enteric fever
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/small 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Small-pox
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/diarr 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Diarrhoea and Dysentery
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/pulmon 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Pulmonary tuberculosis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/phth 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Phthisis (not otherwise defined)
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/menin 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Tuberculous meningitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/perit 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Tuberculous peritonitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/tabes 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Tabes mesenterica
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/tuber 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Other tuberculous diseases
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/canc 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Cancer
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/septic 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Septic diseases
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/rheum 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Rheumatic fever and Rheumatism of heart
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/measl 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Measles
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/pneum 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Pneumonia
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/bronch 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Bronchitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/child 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Childbirth and Puerperal fever
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/viol 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Violence
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/other 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Other Causes
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/scarl 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Scarlet fever
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/typh 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Typhus
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/influ 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Influenza
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/whoop 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Whooping cough
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/dipth 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Diphtheria
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/pyrex 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Pyrexia
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:male/2_4/enter 1 Male
2 2 to 4
3 Enteric fever
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:female/0/small 1 Female
2 0
3 Small-pox
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:female/0/diarr 1 Female
2 0
3 Diarrhoea and Dysentery
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:female/0/pulmon 1 Female
2 0
3 Pulmonary tuberculosis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:female/0/phth 1 Female
2 0
3 Phthisis (not otherwise defined)
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:female/0/menin 1 Female
2 0
3 Tuberculous meningitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:female/0/perit 1 Female
2 0
3 Tuberculous peritonitis
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:female/0/tabes 1 Female
2 0
3 Tabes mesenterica
CoD_DS_1900s_U5:female/0/tuber 1 Female
2 0
3 Other tuberculous diseases

This nCube contains 144 cells but only the first 80 have been listed