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DLI PRESENTATION University of Victoria December 4, 2002 Raymond Roy Special Surveys Division Statistics Canada
PUMF Creation Not all surveys require a PUMF Sometimes costly to produce Survey teams disbanded Outputs are scrutinized by the Microdata Release Committee
PUMF Creation – Cycle Increased Content Increased Scrutiny Increased Costs Increased Time to Produce
PUMF Alternatives Include PUMF in cost-recovery contracts Reduced PUMF content No PUMF
Use of SPSS SPSS not widely used at Statistics Canada Statistics Canada has signed a corporate license with SAS SPSS cards may have to be generated by someone else
Remote Job Submissions Remote job submissions handled only as part of initial survey contracts $80 per request No plans in place to expand service in Special Surveys Division
Production of Legacy Survey Files Committed to producing survey files back to October 1998 Pre-October 1998 files may be generated (on a fee for service basis)
Dissemination Budget DLI provides some financial support each year Additional funds are required to continue PUMF creation, documentation and support of legacy files
Upcoming Survey Releases
DLI Requirements/Feedback Need to know your priorities Continued communication with DLI Require feedback on files produced
DLI & Research Data Centres Creating a better understanding of these two programs Chuck Humphrey Data Library University of Alberta April 2004.
Creating Something from Nothing: Working with Synthetic Files ACCOLEDS /DLI Training: December 2003 Chuck Humphrey University of Alberta.
Creating Something from Nothing: Synthetic and Dummy files Bo Wandschneider University of Guelph Chuck Humphrey University of Alberta DLI Training: Ottawa,
Mike Sivyer VICTORIA, DECEMBER, 2002 UPDATE ON DATA LIBERATION.
David Price October 2011 Real Time Remote Access (RTRA) #10.
Rural Development Finding data and statistics. Statistics Canada: Federal statistical agency Data released under the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI)
Mike Sivyer and Sage Cram DLI Atlantic Training Wolfville, March 2002 DATA LIBERATION UPDATE.
AN OVERVIEW OF STATISTICS CANADA Mike Sivyer KINGSTON, APRIL 2004.
PUBH 898: Health Economics Finding data and statistics.
STATISTICS CANADA SURVEY LIFECYCLE WOLFVILLE, APRIL 2008 SURVEY LIFECYCLE Michel B. Séguin Atlantic DLI Training.
Data Access and Data Use: the Missing Link? Elizabeth Hamilton University of New Brunswick Chuck Humphrey University of Alberta Data and Knowledge Transfer.
Mike Sivyer ACCOLEDS Training, December 8, CALGARY, DECEMBER 2003 AN OVERVIEW OF STATISTICS CANADA.
POLS 328.3: Public Policy Analysis Finding data and statistics.
Soc 332.6: Principles of research design Finding statistics.
Administrative procedures for microdata access at SURS October 2013.
DLI and EQUINOX Question 1 How do I find out what survey datasets are available from Statistics Canada ?
Michel Séguin DLI Chief December 2006 The Need to Liberate The Data.
DLI Orientation: Concepts A Framework for Thinking about Statistical Information Chuck Humphrey Data Library University of Alberta April 2004.
The Data Documentation Initiative: more discussion Chuck Humphrey University of Alberta Atlantic DLI Workshop 2005, Acadia University.
Real Time Remote Access: Educational resources Susan Mowers, University of Ottawa.
DLI Training - Ontario 16 April, 2015 Elizabeth Hill, Western University Survey of Household Spending.
National Boot camp Vancouver Heather Dryburgh and Michel B. Séguin May 31 st, 2011 Survey Life cycle.
RRM : Resource Data and Environmental Modeling DATA SOURCES Sunny Kaniyathu, Data Services Librarian.
Framework of Statistical Information. This is a typology of the categories or classes of statistical information. Remember the relationship between statistics.
DLI Orientation: Concepts A Framework for Thinking about Statistical Information Train the Trainers Montreal, March 9, 2004 Chuck Humphrey Data Library.
The Census of Canada and Immigration & Ethno-cultural Data Chuck Humphrey University of Alberta February 10, 2006.
Canadian Health Measures Survey (CHMS) Biobank Joanne Boisjoli Health Statistics Division Statistics Canada 1 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada.
Role of the IMDB in the CBA and IM Strategy Presented to Information Management Committee Standards Division June
Implementation of the CoP in SLOVENIA Cooperation with data users Genovefa RUŽIĆ Deputy Director-General.
Statistics Canada’s Real Time Remote Access Solution 2011 MSIS Meeting – Karen Doherty May 2011.
Steps Identify - what digital content do you have? Select - what portion of that content will be preserved? Store - what issues are there for long term.
The DLI Survival Guide: A reference document for DLI Contacts Marie-Claire Lauzon, Statistics Canada 2008 DLI Atlantic Training Acadia University, April.
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Statistical Division GSBPM and GAMSO Steven Vale UNECE
SHS REVIEW Duncan Gray, Senior Statistician, Housing Statistics, Scottish Executive.
Eve Powell-Griner National Center for Health Statistics Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Health Statistics Microdata Release.
Researchers’ Usage of Microdata The example of Statistics Finland Advanced presentation – Some additional details Consultation Mission on Promoting the.
Regional Workshop MICRODATA ACCESS IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES – COOPERATION BETWEEN NATIONAL STATISTICAL INSTITUTES AND DATA ARCHIVES 2nd Regional Workshop.
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Statistical Division Summary of 26 organization reports UNECE Work Session on the Communication and Dissemination.
The Role and Management o of the Scrutiny Unit Jessica Mulley, Head of the Scrutiny Unit June 2013.
CANHEIT | On the EDGE | June 15-18, 2008 | University of Calgary University of Alberta’s Consolidated IT Budgeting Process Rob Lake Information Technology.
EB-5 PROCESS. REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCCESSFUL EB-5 Investment of $1 million USD or $500,000 in certain cases Investment must be ‘At Risk’ Investor must.
Meeting the Challenge The National Population Health Survey and Data Access E. Hamilton UNB Libraries IASSIST 2003.
Performance Management: Getting Ready for Accreditation Needs Assessment Survey Community Assessment 1 Online survey Open to anyone interested in this.
DDI and the DLI A Short and Long-term Strategy for the DLI Community February 11, 2004 Based on E. Boyko’s presentation to the EAC, October 2004 Wendy.
Finance Tasha Robinson Director of Finance (803)
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Statistical Division GSBPM and Other Standards Steven Vale UNECE
Chuck Humphrey Data Library Co-ordinator University of Alberta May 16, Capitalising on Metadata Tool development plans IASSIST 2007.
Soc : Principles of Research Design LONGITUDINAL DATA Sunny Kaniyathu, Data Services Librarian.
Statistics Canada Citizenship and Immigration Canada Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Canada Ryerson University April 16, 2004.
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