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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 Orientation: Concepts
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