Country and area code classifications (M49) from the United Nations Statistics Division.
UN M.49 is a standard for area codes used by the United Nations for statistical purposes. Each area code is a 3-digit number which can refer to a wide variety of geographical, political, or economic regions, like a continent, a country, or a specific group of developing countries.
UN_M.49_Countries contains the codes for countries and areas as
a character frame with variables
ISO_Alpha_3 giving the 3-letter UN M.49 code and name and the
respective alpha-3 ISO 3166 code.
UN_M.49_Regions contains the codes for the composition of macro
geographical (continental) regions, geographical sub-regions, and
selected economic and other groupings as a data frame with the
Children giving the 3-letter UN M.49 code, name, the code of
the parent area and the codes of children areas separated by ,
, respectively, and variable
Type, a factor with levels
## Name and codes of countries in Southern Europe: data("UN_M.49_Regions") data("UN_M.49_Countries") region <- subset(UN_M.49_Regions, Name == "Southern Europe") codes <- unlist(strsplit(region$Children, ", ")) subset(UN_M.49_Countries, Code %in% codes)
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