Build Type dictionary for ICEM data

Table ID:
ICEM_BUILDTYPE_CODEBOOK     (6565543)
Contents:
Build Type dictionary for ICEM data
Approx. number of rows:
71,581
Table type:
Codebook
Documentation Author:
Paula Aucott
Chronology:
The data cover the period 1881 to 1911.

Sources:

  1. This meta-data file "build type dictionary" was downloaded in spreadsheet format on the 26th November 2015 from the website of the Integrated Census Microdata (I-CeM) project based at the University of Essex. http://www.essex.ac.uk/history/research/ICeM/documentation.html


Notes:

  1. This table covers England and Wales 1911.
  2. Individual or combinations of characters used as a code identifying building type characteristics used within the Icem project are as follows: C = Households, D = Vans, Tents, Homeless, E = Army Buildings, F = Beer Houses or Off Licences G = Cultural Buildings, H = Farm Buildings, I = Hospital Buildings, J = Hotels or Boarding Houses K = Inns, L = Lodgings for the Poor, M = Municipal Buildings, N = Prison Buildings, O = Public Houses, P = Religious Buildings, Q = School Buildings, R = Other Business Specified, S = Business Not Specified, T = Barges or Canal Boats, U = Navy Vessels, V = Unclassified. There is a maximum of three characters in these btcode combinations.


Checking:

  1. The data have not been checked.


Indices:

IndexTypeColumn(s) indexed
icem_buildtype_codebook_pkey Primary key rec_num
icem_buildtype_codebook_idx Unique btcode, rec_num


Constraints:

The table has the following associated constraints:

ConstraintTypeDetails
icem_buildtype_codebook_pkey Primary Key See details above for primary key index



Columns within table:

ColumnTypeContents
buildtype Text string (max.len.=104). Information about building type as given in the transcription from the Census of 1911.
btcode Text string (max.len.=7). Letter code (combination) identifying building type characteristics as used within the Icem project.
frequency Integer number. Frequency of build type string appearing within the Icem project data.
rec_num Integer number. Unique number identifying row in table.