Notes on Life Table Functions:
 _{n}m_{x} The agespecific death rate calculated as a ratio of the number deaths to the population.
 _{n}q_{x} The proportion of persons in the cohort alive at the beginning of the age interval (x) and dying before reaching the end of the age interval (x + n).
 l_{x} The number of persons living at the beginning of the indicated age interval (x) out of the a beginning cohort of 100,000 live births.
 _{n}d_{x} The number of deaths between the exact age x and x + n, out of the number of persons alive at the beginning of that age interval.
 _{n}L_{x} The number of personsyears that would be lived within the age interval (x to x + n) by the assumed cohort of 100,000 births.
 T_{x} The total of personsyears that would be lived after the beginning of the indicated age interval (x) by the cohort of 100,000 births.
 e_{x} The average remaining life time (in years) that a person who survives to the beginning of the indicated age interval.
 The "NA" entries mean that the population counts were inadequate to enable the computation of reliable life table functions.
For documentation and a discussion of the methodology, please see the supporting document.
