2 edition of Terminology on statistical metadata. found in the catalog.
Terminology on statistical metadata.
|Series||Statistical standards and studies ;, no. 53|
|Contributions||United Nations. Statistical Commission., United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe., Conference of European Statisticians.|
|LC Classifications||HA17 .T43 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||2004450962|
Data are characteristics or information, usually numerical, that are collected through observation. In a more technical sense, data is a set of values of qualitative or quantitative variables about one or more persons or objects, while a datum (singular of data) is a single value of a single variable.. Although the terms "data" and "information" are often used interchangeably, these terms have. Metadata > Statistical units; The statistical unit is the basic unit of statistical observation within a statistical survey. The list of statistical units is not yet complete. It will be updated in parallel with definitions of variables for different areas of statistics. The list will be limited to include only statistical units for which.
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Several languages) to describe and manage statistical metadata. This lack of standard terminology makes it difficult to share statistical metadata and, ultimately, statistical data across statistical agencies. One of the aims of the use of statistical metadata and the development of statistical metainformation system is allowing access, sharing File Size: KB.
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Statistical metadata are data about statistical data. Context: Metadata comprises data and other documentation that describes objects in a formalised way (Economic Commission for Europe of the United Nations (UNECE), "Terminology on Statistical Metadata", Conference of European Statisticians Statistical Standards and Studies, No.
53, Geneva. Metadata is simply data about data. It means it is a description and context of the data. It helps to organize, find and understand data. Here are a few real world examples of metadata: Those are some typical metadata elements: Every time you take a photo with today's cameras a bunch of metadata is gathered and saved with it.
A statistical metadata system is a data processing system that uses, stores and produces statistical metadata. Source Publication: Economic Commission for Europe of the United Nations (UNECE), "Terminology on Statistical Metadata", Conference of European Statisticians Statistical Standards and Studies, No.
53, Geneva, Metadata can be created in many ways, but generally, document metadata describes the page title and SEO description. Other instances of metadata include dates, locations, and star ratings.
It is sometimes called internal metadata because regular page visitors cannot see it. When you do a Google search, you will see meta tags in action as the page title and description for each.
Terminology on Statistical Metadata (Conference of European Terminology on statistical metadata. book Statistical Standards and Studies) by United Nations, Europe, United Nations Economic Commission for and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Metadata is "data that provides information about other data".
In other words, it is "data about data." Many distinct types of metadata exist, including descriptive metadata, structural metadata, administrative metadata, reference metadata and statistical metadata.
Descriptive metadata is descriptive information about a resource. Using terminology models for describing a certain subject field has been practiced since more than five years in different international projects for describing the area of statistical metadata: Neuchatel Group for Classifications () “Terminology model for classifications and related concepts”.
QMIN() Statistical Terminology - 1 Statistical Terminology and Descriptive Statistics Like many sciences, statistics involves jargon. Learning the terminology can be challenging because the definition of one term often assumes some working knowledge of other terms, not all of which can be defined at the same time.
For example, to File Size: KB. By the end of the book, readers will see metadata everywhere. Because, Pomerantz warns us, it's metadata's world, and we are just living in it. Inspire a love of reading with Prime Book Box for Kids Discover delightful children's books with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers new books every 1, 2, or 3 months — new customers receive /5(9).
This glossary is a repository of terms related to statistical data editing and imputation. It contains definitions of concepts, principles, techniques as well as methods. The current version defines over terms.
By making the glossary available to. Descriptive Statistics & Terminology Much of the eﬀort devoted to learning any science is the acquisition of and familiarization with a novel vocabulary. Statistics is no diﬀerent.
Learning the terminology can be challenging because the deﬁnition of one term often assumes some working knowledge of other terms, not all of which can be File Size: KB.
A terminology model is a refinement of a concept system. Within a terminology model the concepts (object types) of a specific problem or subject area are defined by subject matter experts in terms of concept (object type) definitions and definitions of subordinated concepts or characteristics ().Besides object types, the terminology model allows defining hierarchical.
inclusion in the Metadata Common Vocabulary (MCV) being developed as part of the Statistical Data and Metadata Exchange (SDMX) project.
This project is a consortium of seven international organisations (Bank for International Settlements, European Central Bank, Eurostat, IMF, OECD, UNSD and the World. The Guidelines for Statistical Metadata on Internet make recommendations in this respect.
The Users' ability to specify their need and their understanding of statistical terminology may be rather limited. Simple as well as varied search facilities are therefore important. Self-Publishing Basics: Introduction to Metadata – Written by Joel Friedlander, this is a great post for Indie writers who want to increase sales of their books.
What Is Metadata. According to Joel, it’s “information about your book” that will help your website to become a better e-commerce site. The Oxford dictionary of statistical terms Item Preview remove-circle "This new edition has been carefully updated and extended to include the most recent terminology and techniques in statistics.
Significant revision and expansion from an international editorial board of senior statisticians has resulted in a comprehensive reference work Pages: CHAPTER 3 COMMONLY USED STATISTICAL TERMS There are many statistics used in social science research and evaluation.
The two main areas of statistics are descriptive and inferential. The third class of statistics is design and experimental statistics. Descriptive statistics involve the tabulating, depicting, and describing of col-lections of data.
Archives: "1. A space which houses historical or public records. The historical or public records themselves, which are generally non-circulating materials such as collections of personal papers, rare books, ephemera, etc." Article: "A brief work—generally between 1 and 35 pages in length—on a topic.
Often published as part of a journal Author: Christal Young. statistical data and metadata. Although, the Handbook was prepared primarily for short-term economic statistics, many, if not most of the recommendations presented are also relevant for annual (structural)File Size: 2MB.A GLOSSARY OF SELECTED STATISTICAL TERMS Harrison B.
Prosper1, James T. Linnemann 2, and Wolfgang A. Rolke3 1 Department of Physics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FloridaUSA 2 Department of Physics and Astronomy, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA 3 Department of Mathematics, University of Puerto File Size: KB.Glossary of Statistical Terms You can use the "find" (find in frame, find in page) function in your browser to search the glossary.