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Population distribution and classificationitemtype values

Hi,

I think that the way class limits are defined is troublesome because a same value is used as upper limit of one class and as well as lower limit of the next class. For instance, 15 is upper limit of class 0-15 and lower limit of 15-65. In which class is falling value 15. The explanation of the classes are given in the annex but I Think that for the user it is confusing.

Why not using 0-14, 15-64, 65+ which is more explicit without having to refer to an annex.

Thank you

Pierre Jamagne

 

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