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Casualty Mosaic is a [[dimension]] containing the socio-demographic profile of of the community in which each [[casualty]] involved in a [[crash]] resides.  This profile is expressed by a [[Mosaic]] [[Mosaic Groups|group]] and [[Mosaic Types|type]].
Casualty Mosaic is a [[dimension]] containing the socio-demographic profile of of the community in which each [[casualty]] involved in a [[crash]] resides.  This profile is expressed by a [[Mosaic]] [[Mosaic Groups|group]] and [[Mosaic Types|type]].
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Profiling is based on Postcode data included in the casualty records for each crash in [[STATS19]] returns.  Consequently, in cases where a full valid postcode has not been included in a STATS19 return, the place of residence will be listed as unknown.
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Profiling is based on [[Postcode]] data included in the casualty records for each crash in [[STATS19]] returns.  Consequently, in cases where a full valid postcode has not been included in a STATS19 return, the place of residence will be listed as unknown.
Casualty Mosaic must be used as a [[category]] in order to produce [[indexed reports]] showing casualty [[Mosaic]] profiles relative to the population.
Casualty Mosaic must be used as a [[category]] in order to produce [[indexed reports]] showing casualty [[Mosaic]] profiles relative to the population.

Revision as of 12:18, 2 July 2010

Casualty Mosaic is a dimension containing the socio-demographic profile of of the community in which each casualty involved in a crash resides. This profile is expressed by a Mosaic group and type.

Profiling is based on Postcode data included in the casualty records for each crash in STATS19 returns. Consequently, in cases where a full valid postcode has not been included in a STATS19 return, the place of residence will be listed as unknown.

Casualty Mosaic must be used as a category in order to produce indexed reports showing casualty Mosaic profiles relative to the population.

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