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Data access user guide
Key concepts of the navigation system
 Data selection page
Functioning of the navigation system
 Selection of the object
  Selection of the classifications
 Selection of the territory
 Selection of the year
 Selection of the tables
Data navigation
 View panel of the tables
 Multi-page tables
 Removing a classification
 Adding a classification
 Changing the selection
 Changing the reference year
 Changing the territorial hierarchy
 Increasing and decreasing the territorial detail
 Increasing and decreasing the detail of a classification
 Saving tables

Selection of the classifications

The folder Classifications contains the list of classifications stored in the system.

It should be kept in mind that, in case previous selections are made, such list will only contain the classifications consistent with such selections.

Furthemore, in case several objects are selected, this folder will be disabled. Similarly to what described for the selection of the object, the selection of one or more classifications reduces the number of compatible objects, years, territories and tables.

To select a classification it is sufficient to click on the corresponding name within the hierarchy.

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Further classifications can be selected, as long as there are classifications consistent with the selections already made.

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It is worth noting that the same generic classification can be selected more than once: this because some tables may be classified by two classifications descending from the same generic classification, i.e. different and more refined, although belonging to the same portion of hierarchy.

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Now it is possible to proceed with the selection of the object, year or territory, or directly to the selection of a table.

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In case the same generic classification is selected two (or more) times, the list will contain all the tables presenting two (or more) classifications, each one more specific than the selected one.

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