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Meetings and Events


Work Session on Statistical Data Editing

28 - 30 April 2014


Paris

Document Title

ENG

Presentations

Information Notice 1

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4 Oct 2013

Registration form

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Information Notice 2

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27 Dec.2013

Agenda

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Report of the meeting

Future work

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(i) Selective editing / macro editing

Discussion

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Score Functions under the Optimization Approach (Spain)

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Maintenance of Selective Editing in ONS Business Surveys (United Kingdom)

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Experiences from Selective Data Editing at Statistics Sweden (Sweden)

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Use of administrative data for selective editing: the case of business investments (Italy)

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Selective Editing Techniques and Seasonal Adjustment of Short-Term Economic Indicators (France)

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Using R-indicators to monitor household surveys and prioritize data collection: an application to the 2010 Household Wealth survey in France (France)

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An Assessment of Automatic Editing via the Contamination Model and Multiple Imputation (Japan)

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Text Analysis Tools for Editing and Verification (United States)

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Adjusting for Remaining Measurement Errors after Selective Editing (Sweden)

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(ii) New and emerging methods

Discussion

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Implementation and evaluation of automatic editing for business surveys (Netherlands)

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Developing the process of detection and treatment of outliers in HCSO (Hungary)

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Application of multiple imputation for the agricultural census (Germany)

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Data editing and scanner data (France)

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Multiple Imputation Methods for Imputing Earnings in the Survey of Income and Program Participation (United States Census Bureau)

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Imputation with multi-source data: the case of Italian Structural Business Statistics (Italy)

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A generalized Fellegi-Holt paradigm for automatic editing (Netherlands)

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Assessing the Impact of a New Imputation Methodology for the Agricultural Resource Management Survey (United States/NASS)

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(iii) Getting the support of all people when implementing data editing

Discussion

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Obtaining wide support for Statistics Canada’s Integrated Business Statistics Program: a key task in the project plan (Canada)

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Applying process indicators to monitor the editing process (Sweden)

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Renewal of Editing Practices at Statistics Finland (Finland)

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Implementing a new editing system – getting everyone on board (Norway)

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Questions raised by the implementation of the data editing device for French structural business statistics (France)

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Gaining traction: Managing attitudes towards changes in data editing practices (New Zealand)

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(iv) Editing of Census and social data

Discussion

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Estimation of the variance due to imputation in the 2011 UK Census (University of Southampton)

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Editing the 2011 Census data with CANCEIS and options considered for 2016 (Canada)

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Automatic Data Editing Experience in Mexican Census 2010 (Mexico)

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Exploring Administrative Records Use for Race and Hispanic Origin Item Non-Response (United States Census Bureau)

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(v) International collaboration and processing tools

Introduction-Discussion

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Migration of a large survey onto a microeconomic platform (New Zealand)

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Towards Generic Analyses of Data Validation Functions (Netherlands)

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New Features of VIM - Visualization and Imputation of Missing Values (Austria/Vienna University of Technology)

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On Implementing CSPA Specifications for Editing and Imputation Services (Italy)

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Editing and Imputation in the Memobust Handbook on Methodology of Modern Business Statistics (Netherlands)

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SAS Enterprise Guide project for editing and imputation (Finland)

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Metadata driven application for data processing – from local toward global solution (Slovenia)

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Tabled Papers:

On the Use of Data Mining for Imputation (Eurostat)

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