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Statistical units are units for the distribution or use of statistical data. The statistical units consist of Statistical Circle, Census Circle and Polling Station Area. It contains data on: registration number or code of the spatial unit, type of spatial unit, hierarchical connection with superior and subordinate spatial units, geospatial data and history of change. The statistical circle is the smallest constant spatial unit. The network of statistical circles is formed within the settlement - inhabited place, ie within the cadastral municipality. One statistical circle can contain one or more census circles. The census circle is the smallest spatial unit about which data are kept in the Register of Spatial Units and which is formed for needs census, for the purpose of precise distribution of enumerators in the field and ensuring complete coverage of census units. When defining local communities whose border is part of a statistical circle, the border is defined by census circles. The criteria for determining the size of the census circle are the number of households and the character of the settlement. For each polling station, the area of the polling station is determined, from which voters vote at that polling station (street, village, hamlet, settlement, etc.) and which usually includes a list of streets with house numbers, the name of the settlement, etc. Statistical units also consist of spatial units defined by the nomenclature of statistical territorial units (NSTJ): Serbia-North and Serbia-South (NSTJ1), regions (NSTJ2) and areas (NSTJ3). NSTJ grouping levels are provided by aggregating territorial units. The nomenclature of statistical territorial units is a set of terms, names and symbols that describe groups of territorial units with levels of grouping. The criteria according to which the NSTJ levels are grouped are based on general criteria determined by the standards of the European Union: number of inhabitants, geopolitical position, natural potentials, existing territorial organization, cultural - historical heritage.
Register of spatial units contains border, name and registration number for the following spatial units: Republic of Serbia, autonomus region, administrative district, city, municipality, cadastral district, cadastral municipality, settlement, statistical and enumeration district. Enumaration and statistical circuit do not have names.
Geographical map of Serbia at a scale of 1 : 1 000 000 is a digital geographic map based on the cartographic database scale 1: 300 000, which represents a set of entities modeled by natural and man-made objects on the Earth's surface, that satisfy the conditions for display in the scale 1 : 1 000 000.
Geographic and tourist map of Serbia at a scale of 1 : 500 000 is a digital geographic map based on the cartographic database scale 1: 300 000, which represents a set of entities modeled by natural and man-made objects on the Earth's surface, that satisfy the conditions for display in the ratio 1 : 500 000.
Cartographic Base 1:20 000 is a set of entities that have modeled natural and artificial objects on the earth's surface, and which meet the conditions for display in the scale of 1: 20 000. CB20 is used to create topographic maps in the scale of 1: 20 000, 1: 25 000, 1: 50 000, 1: 100 000 and 1: 250 000. Cartographic Base 1: 250 000 is a set of entities that have modeled natural and artificial objects on the earth's surface, and which meet the conditions for display in the scale of 1: 250 000 with data on their geospatial position, classification and other attributes.
Geographic and tourist map of Serbia at a scale of 1: 300 000 is a digital geographic map based on the cartographic database scale 1: 250 000, which represents a set of entities modeled by natural and man-made objects on the Earth's surface, that satisfy the conditions for display in the ratio 1 : 300 000.
EuroRegionalMap (ERM) is a pan-European dataset containing topographic information at the scale 1:250 000 covering 51 European countries and territories (according to ISO country code) from 36 data producers including 27 EU member states, 4 EFTA states (Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland), Georgia, Moldova, North Macedonia, Serbia, Ukraine and the United Kingdom. It is a seamless and harmonised data and is produced in cooperation by the National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies (NMCA) of Europe, using official national databases. EuroRegionalMap is ideal for a wide range of uses, including spatial analysis, cartographic publishing and backdrop visualisation, or in combination with other datasets for marketing planning and socio-economic analysis, environmental analysis, and transport management.