Statistical Classification Systems

Philippine Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (PCOICOP)

The Philippine Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (PCOICOP) is a detailed classification of individual consumption expenditures on goods and services incurred by the three institutional sectors of the 1993 and 2008 System of National Accounts.

Philippine Central Product Classification (PCPC)

The Philippine Central Product Classification (PCPC) is a standard classification of goods and services, including tangible assets based on their physical properties and intrinsic nature as well as industrial origin.

Philippine Standard Geographic Code (PSGC)

The Philippine Standard Geographic Code (PSGC) is a classification and coding of the geographical-political subdivisions of the country, such as the region, the province, the municipality/city and the barangay.

Philippine Standard Classification of Education (PSCED)

The Philippine Standard Classification of Education (PSCED) is a detailed classification of all educational levels in the Philippine Educational System.

Philippine Standard Industrial Classification (PSIC)

The Philippine Standard Industrial Classification (PSIC) is a detailed classification of industries prevailing in the country according to the kind of productive activities undertaken by establishments.
 

Philippine Standard Commodity Classification (PSCC)

The Philippine Standard Commodity Classification (PSCC) is a detailed classification of all commodities that enter the Philippine trade.
 

Philippine Standard Occupational Classification (PSOC)

The Philippine Standard Occupational Classification (PSOC) is a classification of the different occupations of the working population, including the military workforce of the country.

Philippine Standard Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (PSCCS)

The 2018 Philippine Standard Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (PSCCS) is the first edition of the country’s classification of crimes. It is a hierarchical classification where criminal offenses are allocated into categories that have a certain degree of similarity.