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Sampling methods to better spread the response burden for small businesses
Simulation studies of sampling methods to spread or reduce response burden faced by businesses through participation in CBS surveys.
Privacy Preserving Techniques and Statistical Disclosure Control
Protection of the privacy of respondents is vital for statistical institutes. This paper puts two privacy concerning fields into perspective: privacy preserving techniques and statistical disclosure...
(Subtitled in English ) A history of the oldest official statistics of Statistics Netherlands: the Population Census. How we once went from door to door with pink and blue sheets of paper to know how...
A note on efficient audit sample selection
Statistical output, e.g. totals or means of a target variable, are often published for subpopulations that are defined by categorical domain variables (such as categories of educational level,...
Semantic networks for automatic coding
In this paper, a methodology for automatic coding is suggested which is fairly general. An application in the area of business applications has served as the inspiration for the approach is described.
Measuring the internet economy with big data
A discussion paper on measuring the internet economy in the Netherlands in 2016-2018 with big data. This study repeats a similar study from 2016 for the year 2015.
Tourism statistics and the use of social media data
This paper describes fundamental research into various possibilities to use data based on publicly available social media for the domain of tourism statistics.