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Dear CROS portal user,
In order to log in to CROS (from a computer outside of the European Commission’s IT environment), you need to have an EU Login account allowing two-factor authentication. That means that you must either register your mobile phone number in your EU Login account or install the EU Login application on your smartphone. See the instructions for doing so at here.
All EU login accounts have to be validated by the CROS portal team. (Until they have been validated, they will be blocked.) From 25 May onwards, please send us a request via the contact form in case your account is still blocked (in order to have your account validated).

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EMOS Webinars 2018

For more info and recordings in Adobe connect format check the dedicated webinars' site: http://konference.ef.uni-lj.si/emos/webinars/

Recordings in downloadable mp4 format are accessible by clicking on the titles below

10 January

Opening of the 2018 series of EMOS webinars

Mariana Kotzeva, Eurostat

The European Statistical System (ESS)

Åsa Jacob, Aaron Cachia & Dietmar Maass, Eurostat

Presentation

31 January

European System of Central Banks (ESCB) statistics

Aurel Schubert, ECB

Presentation

7 February

Web surveys

Vasja Vehovar & Nejc Berzelak, University of Ljubljana

Presentation

21 February

Innovations in business statistics data collection

Ger Snijkers, Statistics Netherlands

Presentation

28 February

Statistical monitoring of sustainable development at global, EU and national level (with a case study of Poland)

Nicola Massarelli, Eurostat, & Monika Gorzelak, Statistics Poland

Presentation

21 March

Big data methods and techniques

Piet Daas & Marco Puts, Statistics Netherlands

Presentation

4 April

How to integrate information from different data files? An introduction to statistical matching

Eva Endres & Thomas Augustin, University of Munich

Presentation

11 April

Introduction to statistical data editing

Rudi Seljak, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia

Presentation

18 April

From books to social media, from general public to specific user groups

Maja Pekeč, Croatian Bureau of Statistics, & Ewelina Konarska – Michalczyk, Statistics Poland

Presentation

16 May

Experimental statistics: new methods for new data

Martin Karlberg, Eurostat, & Pierre Lamarche, INSEE

Presentation

23 May

Statistical analysis of incomplete data

Florian Meinfelder, University of Bamberg

Presentation

6 June

Reflections about the role of official statistics

Walter J. Radermacher, University La Sapienza, Rome

Presentation