Eurostat together with the Scanner Data Task Team of the UN Committee of Experts on Big Data and Data Science for Official Statistics will organize a workshop on scanner data and web scraping on 12-14 October 2021. The objectives of the workshop are to exchange on practical experiences related to the use of new data sources in consumer price statistics, and to present and discuss some of the work conducted by the Task Team and by the European Statistical System.
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In order to register for the workshop, please click here. Registration is required in order to participate in the workshop. The connection link to the workshop will be sent to all registered participants closer to the date.
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