A Python wrapper around the UN's ISIC definitions
This is just a Python-friendly way to reference revision 4 of the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC). It’s the result of pulling down this URL and formatting it into a native Python object. For more information, or to see this data in other original source formats, visit the UN here.
How Do I Use It?
It’s really not very advanced. Just import it and reference it however you like:
from isic import ISIC print(ISIC["02"]) # "Forestry and logging" print(ISIC["B"]) # "Mining and quarrying"
It’s also handy if you want to use it in a Django model:
from django.db import models from isic import ISIC class MyModel(models.Model): industry = models.CharField(max_length=5, choices=ISIC.items())
It’s on PyPi, so just install it with pip.
$ pip install isic
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