This data set is synthetically generated from real Austrian EU-SILC (European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions) data.
data.frame with 58 654 observations on the following 28 variables:
integer; the household ID.
factor; the federal state in which the household is
integer; the number of persons in the household.
numeric; the equivalized household size according to the modified OECD scale.
numeric; a simplified version of the equivalized household income.
integer; the personal ID.
the household ID combined with the personal ID. The first five digits represent the household ID, the last two digits the personal ID (both with leading zeros).
integer; the person's age.
factor; the person's gender (levels
factor; the person's economic status (levels
1 = working full time,
2 = working part time,
4 = pupil, student, further training or unpaid work
experience or in compulsory military or community service,
5 = in
retirement or early retirement or has given up business,
permanently disabled or/and unfit to work or other inactive person,
7 = fulfilling domestic tasks and care responsibilities).
factor; the person's citizenship (levels
numeric; employee cash or near cash income (net).
numeric; cash benefits or losses from self-employment (net).
numeric; unemployment benefits (net).
numeric; old-age benefits (net).
numeric; survivor's benefits (net).
numeric; sickness benefits (net).
numeric; disability benefits (net).
numeric; education-related allowances (net).
numeric; income from rental of a property or land (net).
numeric; family/children related allowances (net).
numeric; housing allowances (net).
numeric; regular inter-household cash transfer received (net).
numeric; interest, dividends, profit from capital investments in unincorporated business (net).
numeric; income received by people aged under 16 (net).
numeric; regular inter-household cash transfer paid (net).
numeric; repayments/receipts for tax adjustment (net).
logical; indicates the main income holder (i.e., the person with the highest income) of each household.
The data set is used as population data in some of the examples in package
simFrame. Note that it is included for illustrative purposes only. It
consists of 25 000 households, hence it does not represent the true population
sizes of Austria and its regions.
Only a few of the large number of variables in the original survey are included
in this example data set. Some variable names are different from the
standardized names used by the statistical agencies, as the latter are rather
cryptic codes. Furthermore, the variables
age are not included in the standardized format of
EU-SILC data, but have been derived from other variables for convenience.
Moreover, some very sparse income components were not included in the the
generation of this synthetic data set. Thus the equivalized household income is
computed from the available income components.
This is a synthetic data set based on Austrian EU-SILC data from 2006. The original sample was provided by Statistics Austria.
Eurostat (2004) Description of target variables: Cross-sectional and longitudinal. EU-SILC 065/04, Eurostat.
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