Scottish Longitudinal Study
Development & Support Unit
Welcome to the new improved data dictionary with advanced search and save options across all three LSs.
Before you start please read our guidance notes.
This allows use of Boolean search options, search terms such as "+adult -male" can be used to find all entries matching 'adult' but omitting entries that also have the term 'male' from those results. You can read some guidance notes about Boolean Search parameters here.
This automatically uses a wildcard match to any term entered. Searching for 'adu' will therefore match Variable names such as 'ADULTS9', 'MADUMTIM', etc.
This allows you to select from a list of available Tables. The list of Tables is filtered if a particular LS is selected.
Delete project: ""...
Please note that this will delete your project including all notes and saved variables within it.
Once deleted it will be completely removed from the system and it will not be possible to restore it.
Click the 'Delete' button to confirm deletion or 'Cancel' to keep the project.DELETE CANCEL
The permission of the Office for National Statistics, Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) and Longitudinal Studies Centre Scotland is gratefully acknowledged, as is the help provided by staff of the Centre for Longitudinal Study Information & User Support (CeLSIUS), Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study Research Support Unit (NILS-RSU) and Scottish Longitudinal Study Development Support Unit (SLS-DSU). CeLSIUS is supported by the ESRC Census of Population Programme (Award Ref: ES/K000365/1). The NILS is funded by the Health and Social Care Research and Development Division of the Public Health Agency (HSC R&D Division) and NISRA. The NILS-RSU is funded by the ESRC and the Northern Ireland Government. The SLS-DSU is supported by the ESRC/JISC, the Scottish Funding Council, the Chief Scientist’s Office and the Scottish Government. Users of the dictionary alone are responsible for the interpretation of the data. Census output is Crown copyright and is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Queen’s Printer for Scotland.