Here you can find information about the project “Linked open statistics” and some other initiatives on linked open data in the context of official statistics.
DIGICOM stands for Digital communication, User analytics and Innovative products.
ESS Workshop on dissemination of official statistics as open data , 18-19 January 2017 (Malta)
[no-lexicon]The main aim of this action is to ensure support, testing, maintenance and development of SDC software of interest to the NSIs in the ESS.[/n
The overall objective of the GEOSTAT 2 project is to foster a better integration of statistics and geospatial information in order for the statistical community to provide more qualified descriptions and analyses of society and environment.
The specific objectives are:
The GEOSTAT action is about developing guidelines for datasets and methods to link census 2010/2011 statistics to a common harmonised grid, building on the network and work made by partners in the European Forum for GeoStatistics.
The GEOSTAT 1B project lasted from 01.01.2012 until 31.12.2013.
Main objectives: This project was focused on the promotion of the results achieved so far rather than the development of new technologies. A key aim of the project was to make SDC tools more easily applicable and to assist NSIs by raising the level of knowledge and skills to a higher level.
Main objectives: to investigate the current situation in Europe with respect to the application of SDC-methods. We plan to conduct a short survey and study the situation in a few selected countries in more depth.
The main purpose of this ESSNet will be to pave the way for future cooperation in Europe. Therefore the main outcome of this project will be case studies investigating new directions to be realised by future projects and an architecture for making the ARGUS software more open, allowing to enlarge the team of developers.
Objectives: Develop a set of methods, tools and guidelines to create harmonised data sets, such as on handling confidentiality issues of population statistics and disaggregation processes.
The summary report of the ESS Visualisation Workshop is now available!
The event took place on 17-18 May 2016 and covered both visualisation as a tool for data analysis and visualisation as a dissemination instrument.
This is the “dissemination” part of the Handbook on Methodology of Modern Business Statistics (MEMOBUST)
This handbook was issued in 2010 by the ESSnet on Statistical Disclosure Control.