SAE 2016: Small Area Estimation in current statistical practiceOther
The SAE Conference was held in Maastricht and was organised by Statistics Netherlands and Maastricht University.
Young CBS talent wins innovation awardOther
Close to 40 ideas were submitted for the innovation award; the jury, including several directors, selected four.
The statistical processOther
Riding the wave of the digital revolution – starting in the 1960s – CBS began processing data electronically by means of computers.
Statistical software R the key focus at CBS conferenceArticles
R is an open-source software specifically developed for the purpose of statistics production and data analysis
Using microdata to improve care for transgendersArticles
How do hormone treatments impact transgenders’ health
New report on sustainable development publishedArticles
a detailed review of the country’s position with regard to the UN SDGs
Yield and cultivation area apples and pears per region, 1997 - 2017Figures
yield, cultivation area fruit variety, region
European study: uniform data validation rulesArticles
a European research programme aimed at improving data exchange by a uniform set of validation rules
Data editing conference: new methods and standardsArticles
new methodology and international standards in statistics production
Two CBS teams at Mathematics Olympiad for BusinessesArticles
The latter is held for the sponsors of the student contest
SAE 2016: Small Area Estimation in current statistical practiceArticles
The focus of this year’s conference was on the application of small area estimation at national statistical offices.
Young CBS talent wins innovation awardArticles
Close to 40 ideas were submitted for the innovation award. The jury selected four.
Arco van Strien of Statistics Netherlands has been awardedArticles
The European Bird Census Council held its 19th congress Bird Numbers in Cluj, Romania on 16-21 September 2013. On the occasion of this congress, attended by some 250 participants form across Europe, Arco van Strien (Statistics Netherlands) presented a lecture on how bird censuses can be conducted and the possibilities of deriving Europe-wide trends from non-standardised data.
Turnover sector hotels and restaurants further down in 2009Articles
Turnover volume in the sector hotels and restaurants slumped by 7.4 percent in 2009 relative to the preceding year. The decline was twice as bad as in 2008. Such a dramatic downturn has not been recorded since monitoring of the sector was started in 1993. As prices were raised by an average of 2.2 percent, turnover declined by 5.3 percent in 2009.
Sharp fall in business-related hotel staysArticles
The number of nights spent in Dutch hotels by people on business trips fell by 6 percent in 2008, to 15.7 million. The fall has been continuing in 2009: in the first five months the number of nights spent by businessmen and women was nearly 9 percent lower than in the same period last year.