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Wiki space for follow-up to the First Seminar on New Frontiers for Statistical Data Collection

(Geneva, Switzerland, 31 October-2 November 2012)
These pages are under construction and will be developed over the coming weeks as a resource for planning of future activities related to data collection.

Access to materials relating to the work of the Organizing Committee is restricted to members of that committee, who must have user accounts. Please contact Fiona Willis-Núñez to obtain a user account.

Use the menu on the left to navigate through the materials on this wiki.

  • The draft report can be downloaded from this page.
  • Many of you asked to have a copy of the word cloud produced from the text of the draft meeting report. Feel free to reuse this as you wish.
  • The questionnaire on country practices in data collection has been re-opened, in case you would like to view or edit your responses. You can edit your response by using the same link you had in your original invitation email, or create a new response by following this link: https://www.research.net/s/data_collection_seminar. Please let me know if you have lost or deleted your original email and need me to resend the link.
  • We will contact all participants in due course to solicit your agreement prior to uploading your responses to this wiki as case studies.

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This page is a place for the community of people working in data collection in national and international statistical institutes to share knowledge, experience, ideas and resources.  It is under development and will evolve according to the level of interest it generates and the amount of use made of the resources.
Please feel free to add your suggestions for other things we could do on this wiki, either via the discussion forums or by emailing us.

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The 2016 UNECE Workshop on Statistical Data Collection: 'Visions on Future Surveying' was held back-to-back with the Workshop on Statistical Dissemination and Communication. It was well attended with nearly 140 unique participants for the joint day of the workshops and over 90 participants for the Data Collection Workshop itself. Participants from around fifty different countries and organisations from all permanently inhabited continents saw around 50 excellent presentations (24 for Data Collection, 5 on the joint day and 20 for Dissemination and Communication). Additionally, in the special event on the joint day, 12 teams competed against each other in producing tangible output. For each session, main lessons learned and topics for future work were identified by sub-groups. Through and inclusive and democratic process, the following main topics were identified for future work in the area of Data Collection:

  • Mobile devices for data collection (increases response rate, but is it a different mode and should we adapt the design and/or shorten the questionnaire)
  • Skills and mind-set needed for our future data collection methods
  • Paradata: how to structure, understand and us it
  • New methods such as integration sources and sampling techniques to reduce survey burden
  • Design shorter questionnaires (what do we really need, identify key questions, maximise result while minimise size, paradigm change of staff)
  • Use of nudging initiatives in communicating with respondents
  • Measure the impact of personalized feedback (cost-benefit)
  • How to integrate Big Data and other new sources into integrated data management systems
  • Behavioural studies for design and communication strategies
  • Improve partnerships with data providers
  • Measure the effectiveness of incentives and their impact on data quality

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Fourth Data Collection Workshop 2016:  

The 2016 UNECE Workshop on Statistical Data Collection: 'Visions on Future Surveying' was held back-to-back with the Workshop on Statistical Dissemination and Communication. It was well attended with nearly 140 unique participants for the joint day of the workshops and over 90 participants for the Data Collection Workshop itself. Participants from around fifty different countries and organisations from all permanently inhabited continents saw around 50 excellent presentations (24 for Data Collection, 5 on the joint day and 20 for Dissemination and Communication). Additionally, in the special event on the joint day, 12 teams competed against each other in producing tangible output. For each session, main lessons learned and topics for future work were identified by sub-groups. Through and inclusive and democratic process, the following main topics were identified for future work in the area of Data Collection:

  • Mobile devices for data collection (increases response rate, but is it a different mode and should we adapt the design and/or shorten the questionnaire)
  • Skills and mind-set needed for our future data collection methods
  • Paradata: how to structure, understand and us it
  • New methods such as integration sources and sampling techniques to reduce survey burden
  • Design shorter questionnaires (what do we really need, identify key questions, maximise result while minimise size, paradigm change of staff)
  • Use of nudging initiatives in communicating with respondents
  • Measure the impact of personalized feedback (cost-benefit)
  • How to integrate Big Data and other new sources into integrated data management systems
  • Behavioural studies for design and communication strategies
  • Improve partnerships with data providers
  • Measure the effectiveness of incentives and their impact on data quality

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The 2015 Data Collection Workshop: Riding the Wave of the Data Deluge  was successfully held from 29 April to 1 May in Washington D.C., United States of America. It was held back-to-back with the Workshop on the Communication of Statistics (27-29 April). We thank participants, organizers and steering committee members for their contributions.

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