A notation, also known as classification code, is a string of characters such as "T58.5" or "303.4833" used to uniquely identify a concept within the scope of a given concept scheme.
|Administrative geography - discontinued|
|Local authorities in England|
|Lower Layer Super Output Areas (LSOAs)|
|SSD ONS Parl Consituency Labels|
|Civil Parish Groupings for Council Tax Totals at Parish Level|
|Local Enterprise Partnerships|
|Nomenclature of territorial units for statistics (NUTS)|
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