A vision of Britain from 1801 to now.
Including maps, statistical trends and historical descriptions.
Column  Type  Contents 

sco_cnty  Text string (max.len.=70).  Name of the Scottish County to which the data relate. The national total data from table 26 have this value as 'SCOTLAND'. 
area_name  Text string (max.len.=16).  Name of the area to which the data relate. This is specified as TOTAL for county and national totals, and otherwise contains the names of burghs. 
area_type  Text string (max.len.=10).  Type of area. See note above. 
cnty_unit  Integer number.  ID number for the Scottish County containing the unit, as defined in the AUO. Set for all reporting areas except the Scotland totals. 
g_unit  Integer number.  ID number for the reporting area, as defined in the AUO. This is set for all rows, but is identical to cnty_unit for county totals. 
page_number  Integer number.  Page number within the report from which this row of data was taken. Table 22 is of course interleaved with many other tables, so these page numbers are highly discontinuous. 
row_number  Integer number.  Number placing rows in correct order within each reporting unit, and linking to the 1911 Occupation Codebook. 
occup_level  Integer number. 
Number between 0 and 5:

order_number  Integer number.  Number of the occupation Order the current category is in. 
suborder_number  Integer number.  Number of the current subOrder. Unlike the England and Wales table, all Orders other than 22 have subOrder values, although in several cases there is only one subOrder within an Order. 
occupation  Text string (max.len.=104).  Label for the current occupational category, whatever its level. 
m_tot  Integer number.  Total Males. 
m_10_13  Integer number.  Number of males aged 10 to 13. 
m_14  Integer number.  Number of males aged 14. 
m_15  Integer number.  Number of males aged 15. 
m_16  Integer number.  Number of males aged 16. 
m_17  Integer number.  Number of males aged 17. 
m_18_19  Integer number.  Number of males aged 18 to 19. 
m_20_24  Integer number.  Number of males aged 20 to 24. 
m_25_44  Integer number.  Number of males aged 25 to 44. 
m_45_64  Integer number.  Number of males aged 45 to 64. 
m_65_69  Integer number.  Number of males aged 65 to 69. 
m_70_up  Integer number.  Number of males aged 70 and upwards. 
m_age_ns  Integer number.  Number of males age not stated. 
m_at_home  Integer number.  Number of males with occupational status 'Working at Home'. 
m_employer  Integer number.  Number of males with occupational status 'Employers'. 
m_employee  Integer number.  Number of males with occupational status 'Working for Employers'. 
m_self  Integer number.  Number of males with occupational status 'Working on own Account'. 
m_other  Integer number.  Number of males with occupational status 'Others or no Statement'. 
f_tot  Integer number.  Total Females. 
f_10_13  Integer number.  Number of females aged 10 to 13. 
f_14  Integer number.  Number of females aged 14. 
f_15  Integer number.  Number of females aged 15. 
f_16  Integer number.  Number of females aged 16. 
f_17  Integer number.  Number of females aged 17. 
f_18_19  Integer number.  Number of females aged 18 to 19. 
f_20_24  Integer number.  Number of females aged 20 to 24. 
f_25_44  Integer number.  Number of females aged 25 to 44. 
f_45_64  Integer number.  Number of females aged 45 to 64. 
f_65_69  Integer number.  Number of females aged 65 to 69. 
f_70_up  Integer number.  Number of females aged 70 and upwards. 
f_age_ns  Integer number.  Number of females age not stated. 
f_at_home  Integer number.  Number of females with occupational status 'Working at Home'. 
f_employer  Integer number.  Number of females with occupational status 'Employers'. 
f_employee  Integer number.  Number of females with occupational status 'Working for Employers'. 
f_self  Integer number.  Number of females with occupational status 'Working on own Account'. 
f_other  Integer number.  Number of females with occupational status 'Others or no Statement'. 
rec_num  Integer number.  Sequence number keeping rows in order they were loaded in. 