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Version 1.0 of the Generic Statistical Information Model was released on schedule on 21 December 2012.
You can now read Part A of the Common Metadata Framework – Statistical Metadata in a Corporate Context – online on the METIS wiki. This document highlights the role of statistical metadata systems in a statistical organization. By using the 'Select Language' button at the top left of the screen, you can obtain an automatic translation of the text into one of more than fifty languages (note that since they are automatic translations they may not always be perfect).
Following the recent GSIM Sprint session in Slovenia, a new version of the GSIM documentation is available for public comment. Deadline for feedback is 31 March 2012.
To see the contents of this wiki in a different language use the "Select Language" box at the top of each page. Please note translations are automatic, so may not always be perfect!
5-7 October in Geneva
Theme: Implementing the GSBPM and Integrating Metadata Standards
GSIM Common Reference Model draft V0.1 released for comment
Draft V0.1 is now available for comment from 20 June to 1 July.
New pages have been added to this wiki to give updates on work to develop a Generic Statistical Information Model
Experts in SDMX and DDI met in Lisbon at the end of March to discuss how these two standards can work together. - More information
The pages about the GSBPM have been updated and enhanced to include a discussion forum, links to relevant papers, and a French translation of the main GSBPM paper.
Over 100 people attended METIS 2010, making it the biggest (and according to many participants, the best) METIS meeting yet. All papers and presentations are on the meeting website.
10-12 March 2010, Geneva
Over 80 registered participants, with people coming from every continent!
See the meeting web site
The 2010 METIS Work Session will be held in Geneva on 10 - 12 March. For more information see http://www.unece.org/stats/documents/2010.03.metis.htm. It is planned to hold this Work Session back-to-back with a meeting of the OECD Group of Experts on SDMX, 8-9 March, also in Geneva.