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This is the home page for UNECE work relating to Big Data.  This space contains information about ongoing UNECE-led activities in the area of Big Data, and links to other parts of the UNECE platform that contain relevant material.  Please explore the navigation menu in the left-hand sidebar.

Some pages are restricted to members of the relevant task teams undertaking work as part of the 2013 project planning and 2014 project work.  If you think you should have access and cannot see these pages, please contact support.stat@unece.org.


 

 

UNECE-coordinated work relating to Big Data

  • Informal workshop for participants in the September 2013 seminar on data collection, to discuss the formulation of the Big Data project proposal.
  • Proposed project on Big Data, aiming to
    • identify, examine and provide guidance for statistical organizations to act upon the main strategic and methodological issues that Big Data poses for the official statistics industry
    • demonstrate the feasibility of efficient production of both novel products and ‘mainstream’ official statistics using Big Data sources, and the possibility to replicate these approaches across different national contexts
    • facilitate the sharing across organizations of knowledge, expertise, tools and methods for the production of statistics using Big Data sources.
  • Temporary task team composed of representatives from thirteen countries and international organizations: tasked with identification of priorities for international collaboration and development of a project proposal for a 2014 HLG project on Big data and official statistics.

 

 

Links and Resources

These are just a select few of the thousands of resources available around the world: those which are of greatest relevance to the questions raised by official statistics in relation to Big Data.  Please feel free to add others using the button at the bottom of this section, or notify us.

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