Miguel Fernández Astudillo
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I can give it a go for the isic section, that should be straight forward. I have many nace rev 2 activities “mapped” to exiobase activity names, reverse it to get the section should be easy.
Products are a different kettle of fish, I have not yet worked with product classifications.
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Subject: Re: [bonsai] Categories for Exiobase Activities and Flow Objects to enable Exploration #ontology #toolbox
I am currently on sick-leave but I can send you tables we used during the compilation on Friday/start next week.
On 30 October 2019 14:39:24 CET, "Matteo Lissandrini (AAU)" <matteo@...> wrote:
Thanks Bo, Miguel,
do you think you can help me materialize this high-level correspondence table then?
Also, this is for activity or flow objects? We would need both..
This is an open issue https://github.com/BONSAMURAIS/Correspondence-tables/issues/10
The correspondence between exiobase activities and isic “codes” does not exist. It is not trivial problem because some activities correspond to different “hierarchival levels”. Some are quite broad, others are more specific.
For this very broad classification, the easiest would be to use the highest level of aggregation (isic sections).
He, he, ideally they would be in our correspondence table collection...
But here: https://sdmx.org/wp-content/uploads/CL_ACTIVITY_ISIC4_1.0.xls
Den 2019-10-30 kl. 12.10 skrev Matteo Lissandrini (AAU):
That would be great,
where do I find them?
Would it not be smartest to use the top categories from one of the classifications, such as ISIC4?
Den 2019-10-30 kl. 11.23 skrev Matteo Lissandrini (AAU):
Sorry, now is open to anyone for comment,
let me know your email for edit acces.
Could you please provide access to the document?