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000022469 245__ $$aAUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS: SOME ASPECTS OF THE CLASSIFICATION OF FARMS BY TYPE and DISCUSSION
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000022469 520__ $$aThe recent application of an experimental type classification of farms in New South Wales is, I think, the most significant development in Australian agricultural statistics since the war. This operation, carried out for the year 1955-56, involved the classification of statistical returns for the 78,000 rural holdings in the State, according to the nature of activity on individual holdings. A great deal of teamwork has gone into the planning and development of this classification, (1) and I believe that it will provide useful and reliable statistical results. The project is still in the experimental stage and much remains to be done before a fully operative classification can be applied in all States.
000022469 650__ $$aResearch Methods/ Statistical Methods
000022469 700__ $$aWalker, R.G.
000022469 700__ $$aGruen, Fred H.G.
000022469 773__ $$d1958$$j 02$$k 1$$o76$$q67$$tAustralian Journal of Agricultural Economics
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