Coding / Reference systems
Occupational titles: Occupational Coding (Occupations and Industry on Births and Death certificates are coded, but incomplete); 1980 Census Occupation and Industry Classification; 1990 Census Occupation and Industry Classification.
These codes apply to occupations for all years, not just 1980 and 1990. An occupation code and industry code were developed for the 1880 census data.
Locations (including geo-referenced systems): Address on Utah driver license has been geocoded. The system used was Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM).
We have eastings and northings; as long as you stay in the same UTM zone, these map to longitude and latitude. Also have census tract and census block related to 2000 census. Vital records contain place codes for city, county and state.
Diagnoses: Risks, complications, malformations on Birth Certificates coded to ICD 9 for 1978-1988.
Diagnoses: Cause of Death on Death Certificates coded to ICD6 (1956-1957), ICD7 (1958-67), ICD8 (1968-78), ICD9 (1979-1998), ICD10 (1904-1933, 1999-2012).
Diagnoses: Cancer Diagnoses coded to International Classification of Diseases for Oncology (ICDO).
Race: Vital records and cancer records have National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) race codes.
Hispanic classification on vital records and cancer records.