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The register of corrections is the list of unforeseen modifications of the statistical results that have been published on the website. This is an Idescat service that seeks to make it easier for users to view the corrections.

Idescat produces and publishes thousands of statistical data every year in the hope that they constitute high-quality, accurate and reliable information. However, as in all human activities, it is inevitable that on occasions unanticipated modifications of the data will occur. In this case, the institution undertakes to rectify them and inform users as soon as possible by means of this register of corrections.

Code Statistics Information affected ascending Topic Pub. date Corr. date
IEV Abridged life tables. 1999-2010 Health 19/11/2012 11/12/2012
SINIST Accidents at work. 2009 Labour 31/03/2010 30/03/2011
COMEST Accumulated rates for Foreign Trade. 11/2019 Foreign investment and trade 24/01/2019 31/01/2019
EPA Active civilian population. Q1/1994-Q4/2010 Labour 28/01/2011 21/04/2011
ATURP Active income of Insertion. 2004-2016 Social protection 24/04/2018 07/05/2018
RIS Active income of Insertion. 2004-2016 Social protection 24/04/2018 07/05/2018
CENSPH Active population. 2011 Censuses and demographic surveys 30/06/2014 14/01/2015
EPA Active population. 2002-2004 Labour 26/05/2014 20/02/2015
EPA Active population by professional status. Q1/2021 Labour 29/04/2021 04/05/2021
EPA Activity rate. 2003 Labour 26/05/2003 22/01/2016
EPE AFTE population data (%) and AFTE resident plus visitors rate. 2002-2010 Commuting and seasonal population 13/04/2012 17/04/2012
EPE AFTE population estimates. 2002-2010 Population figures 16/04/2012 16/04/2012
CENSAG Agricultural census 2009. Advance results. 2009 Agriculture · Livestock · Fisheries 14/07/2011 12/09/2011
AGRARM Agricultural macromagnitudes. 2014 Agriculture · Livestock · Fisheries 07/12/2017 16/01/2018
PROAGR Agricultural production. 2004 Agriculture · Livestock · Fisheries 18/06/2009 10/10/2016
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The letter m that sometimes accompanies the code of a correction indicates that it is an improvement in the data.