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Research to investigate the ability to produce estimates of ethnicity at local authority level for 2015 using the Generalised Structure Preserving Estimator approach.
Keywords: GSPREE, Research, Population, Characteristics
Investigation of the administrative data sources used in the production of short-term economic output indicators by ONS's National Accounts and Economic Statistics Group.
Keywords: QAAD, refined petroleum, (O) BEIS, IoP, GDP
This discussion paper sets out the basis for future research into how we’ll produce outputs for population characteristics from an Administrative Data Census.
Keywords: methods, methodology, population charateristics, administrative data census
The research investigates the use of the Generalised Structure Preserving Estimator and survey data to enhance administrative data ethnicity estimates at local authority level in England, 2011. These Research Outputs are not official statistics.
Keywords: GSPREE, population, characteristics
This publication documents the quality assurance (QA) assessment of all data sources used in the production of the Consumer Price Index with Owner Occupiers' Housing Costs (CPIH).
Keywords: QAAD, Consumer price inflation
This is ONS’s second assessment of its ability to move to an Administrative Data Census in the next decade.
Quality assurance report investigating the administrative data sources used in the production of short-term economic output indicators.
Keywords: IOS, GDP (O), Certification officer, BEIS, QAAD
The quality assurance undertaken on administrative data for births data used within Population Statistics Division (PSD) publications.
Keywords: QAAD, patients, registration, supplier, data quality
The quality assurance undertaken on administrative data for Deaths data used within Population Statistics Division (PSD) publications.
Keywords: registration, national, datasets, process, QAAD
The level of quality assurance required for the administrative data used in the production of the small area income estimates (SAIE), which provide estimates of mean weekly household income for middle layer super output areas (MSOAs) in England and Wales.
Keywords: QAAD, household income, data quality