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  • Articles and reports: 12-001-X197800254831
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    A chronological account of the development of Canada’s central statistical agency is presented in this paper with emphasis on the importance of adapting the organization to the demands of the times.

    Release date: 1978-12-15

  • Articles and reports: 12-001-X197800254830
    Description:

    The problems of dealing with non-response at various stages of survey planning are discussed with implications for the mean square error, practicality and possible advantages and disadvantages. Conceptual issues of editing and imputation are also considered with regard to complexity and levels of imputation. The methods of imputation include weighting, duplication, and substitution of historical records. The paper includes some methodology on the bias and variance.

    Release date: 1978-12-15

  • Articles and reports: 12-001-X197800154829
    Description:

    This paper advances the case that administrative records are a powerful source of statistics and in support of this conclusion provides an overview of the extensive utilization in Canada of administrative records for statistical purposes. The paper discusses recent developments and the changing environment which are seen as major determinants of both the creation of administrative data bases as well as their utilization. The capabilities of the computer, combined with the extensive demand for statistics and the limited financial resources available to meet that demand, are seen as combining to lead to more extensive use of administrative records. A variety of problems associated with the use of administrative records is specified and the development of strategies to meet these problems and permit utilization of administrative records is described. Recent developments in Canada intended to support the use of administrative records are indicated.

    Release date: 1978-06-15

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  • Articles and reports: 12-001-X197800254831
    Description:

    A chronological account of the development of Canada’s central statistical agency is presented in this paper with emphasis on the importance of adapting the organization to the demands of the times.

    Release date: 1978-12-15

  • Articles and reports: 12-001-X197800254830
    Description:

    The problems of dealing with non-response at various stages of survey planning are discussed with implications for the mean square error, practicality and possible advantages and disadvantages. Conceptual issues of editing and imputation are also considered with regard to complexity and levels of imputation. The methods of imputation include weighting, duplication, and substitution of historical records. The paper includes some methodology on the bias and variance.

    Release date: 1978-12-15

  • Articles and reports: 12-001-X197800154829
    Description:

    This paper advances the case that administrative records are a powerful source of statistics and in support of this conclusion provides an overview of the extensive utilization in Canada of administrative records for statistical purposes. The paper discusses recent developments and the changing environment which are seen as major determinants of both the creation of administrative data bases as well as their utilization. The capabilities of the computer, combined with the extensive demand for statistics and the limited financial resources available to meet that demand, are seen as combining to lead to more extensive use of administrative records. A variety of problems associated with the use of administrative records is specified and the development of strategies to meet these problems and permit utilization of administrative records is described. Recent developments in Canada intended to support the use of administrative records are indicated.

    Release date: 1978-06-15

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