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|The role of metadata/ =D0=A0=D0=BE= =D0=BB=D1=8C =D0=9C=D0=B5=D1=82=D0=B0=D0=B4=D0=B0=D0=BD=D0=BD=D1=8B=D1=85= td>|
|Brief description and com= ments|
|Slides from a presentation deliver=
ed by Steven Vale of the the UNECE at a UNECE Training Workshop on Dissemin=
ation of MDG Indicators and Statistical Information in Astana, Kazakhstan, =
23 =E2=80=93 25 November 2009 (other presentations,papers and exercises fro=
m the workshop, in both English and Russian, can be found here: http://www.unece.org/stats/documents/2009.11.dissemination.ht=
The focus of the presentation is on explaining why meta= data are essential, not just for MDG indicators but more broadly across all= areas of official statistics.
The presentation gives an overview o= f what metadata are, what kinds of metadata exist, who uses them, and how t= heir needs can be met. It introduces the major standards and guidelines for= statistical metadata.
Methodology of Data Colle= ction, Processing, Dissemination & Analysis
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