Simple input-output table for Germany, 1995.Source:
Replication data taken from the Eurostat Manual, Table 15.4: Input-output table of domestic output at basic prices (Version A)
A data frame with 228 observations and 10 variables.
Technology codes in row names, following the Eurostat convention.
Longer labels for t_rows2.
Column labels, following the Eurostat convention with differences.
Row labels, i.e. to be used in key column, for iotables package abbreviations.
Column labels for iotables package abbreviations.
The actual values of the table in million euros.
MIO_EUR, the same as Eurostat.
Million euros. Eurostat usually has euro and national currency unit values, too.
ISO/Eurostat country code for Germany, i.e. DE.
ISO/Eurostat country name, Germany.
Date of the SIOT.
For testing and documentation purposes a well documented example is taken the Eurostat Manual. The table in the Eurostat manual is brought to the format used by the Eurostat database. It is a small dataset for examples, but it is also instructive to understand how Eurostat stores the highly structured SIOTs in long-form tidy datasets. The labels were slightly alterred to reflect the transition from the vocabulary of ESA95 to ESA2010 since the publication of the Manual.