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The UNECE Work Sessions on Statistical Data Editing take place approximately every 18 months. Papers from these work sessions can be found via the links below.

2012: Oslo, Norway, 24-26 September

  • TOPIC - I  Selective and macro editing
  • TOPIC - II  Global solutions to editing
  • TOPIC - III  Editing and Imputation in the context of data integration from multiple sources and mixed modes
  • TOPIC - IV  Using metadata and paradata to analyse the efficiency of editing processes
  • TOPIC - V  Software & tools for data editing and imputation
  • TOPIC - VI  New and emerging methods
  • TOPIC - VII  Editing and imputation of census data.

2011: Ljubljana, Slovenia, 9-11 May        Pictures from the Ljubljana Work Session

  • TOPIC - I  Editing of administrative and Census data
  • TOPIC - II  Editing of electronic collections
  • TOPIC - III  Macro editing methods
  • TOPIC - IV  Micro editing - methods and software
  • TOPIC - V  Changing organizational cultures
  • TOPIC - VI  International collaboration
  • TOPIC - VII  New and emerging methods

2009: Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 5-7 October

  • TOPIC - I   Automatic editing and imputation and software applications
  • TOPIC - II   Editing near the source
  • TOPIC - III   Editing and imputation of administrative and census data
  • TOPIC - V   Successful strategies for implementing new editing and imputation methods
  • TOPIC - VI   New and emerging methods
  • TOPIC - VII   Indicators for measuring the quality impact of data editing and imputation
  • TOPIC - VIII   Selective and macro-editing

2008: Vienna, Austria, 21-23 April

  • TOPIC - I   Editing of data acquired through electronic data collection
  • TOPIC - II   Editing administrative data and combined sources
  • TOPIC - III   Improvement of quality through data editing
  • TOPIC - IV   New and emerging methods
  • TOPIC - V   Editing based on results (post-editing)
  • TOPIC - VI   Censuses

2006: Bonn, Germany, 25-27 September

  • TOPIC - I   Editing nearer the source
  • TOPIC - II   Editing data from multiple sources
  • TOPIC - III   Editing microdata for release
  • TOPIC - IV   Macro-editing
  • TOPIC - V   New and emerging methods

2005: Ottawa, Canada, 16-18 May

  • TOPIC - I   Editing administrative data and combined data sources
  • TOPIC - II   Implementing editing strategies and links to other parts of processing
  • TOPIC - III   Electronic data reporting - editing nearer source and multimode collections
  • TOPIC - IV   New and emerging methods
  • TOPIC - V   Quality indicators and quality reporting

2003: Madrid, Spain, 20-22 October

  • TOPIC - I  Development and use of data editing quality indicators
  • TOPIC - II  Developments related to new methods and techniques
  • TOPIC - III   Data editing processes within survey processing
  • TOPIC - IV   Data editing by respondents and data suppliers

2002: Helsinki, Finland, 27-29 May

  • TOPIC - I  Planning and Management of Statistical Data Editing
  • TOPIC - II  Measuring and Evaluating Data Editing Quality
  • TOPIC - III   Editing of Administrative Data
  • TOPIC - IV   Impact of New Technologies on Statistical Data Editing

2000: Cardiff, United Kingdom, 18-20 October

  • TOPIC - I  Management and Evaluation of Editing and Imputation Procedures
  • TOPIC - II  Propagation of Knowledge to Users
  • TOPIC - III   New Techniques and Tools for Editing/Imputation

1999: Rome, Italy, 2-4 June

  • TOPIC - I   Measuring the Impact of Editing in Various Phases of Statistical Survey Processing
  • TOPIC - II   Generalised Software Packages for Statistical Data Editing - Their Evaluation
  • TOPIC - III  New Methodological and Technological Developments in Statistical Data Editing

1997: Prague, Czech Republic, 14-17 October

  • TOPIC - I  Designing a Complete Editing Strategy
  • TOPIC - II   Organisational Issues Related to the Implementation of Data Editing Methods
  • TOPIC - III   Evaluation and Monitoring of the Editing Process
  • NATIONAL REPORTS
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