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The INSEECode is a numeric indexing code that the French National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE) use to identify entities such as French communes and departments. INSEE codes are particularly helpful in uniquely identifying French communes that share the same name, spelling, and pronunciation. Of a five-digit INSEE code for a commune, the first two digits represent the department and the last three denote the commune. INSEE codes are also used as National Identification Numbers for French citizens.
The INSEE9Code is also known as the IRIS code. IRIS stands for aggregated units for statistical information in French, and represents a demographic group that contains a maximum of 2000 people. France is composed of around 16,100 IRIS units including 650 units in overseas departments.