Bankruptcies; enterprises, SIC 2008Figures
Pronounced bankruptcies Type of bankruptcy, sector/branches (SIC 2008)
Consumer prices; European harmonised price index 2015=100 (HICP)Figures
European harmonised consumer price indices 2015 = 100, expenditures Price index, monthly and yearly rates and weightingcoëfficient
Consumer prices; price index 2015=100Figures
Consumer price indices. Index figures consumer expenditures 2015 = 100 Price index, monthly and yearly rates and weightingcoëfficient
International trade; import and export value, SITC (3 digits), countriesFigures
Import, export value and trade balance of goods; SITC (3 digits) and countries.
Producer Price Index (PPI); output and importprices by product, 2015=100Figures
Price Index numbers (excluding excise) and month and year development Market and product according to product nomenclature ProdCom
Business survey Netherlands; quarterly, to sector/branchesFigures
Developments, expectations and opinions of businesses Sector/branches
Evaluating and improving a text classifier for subpopulations.Articles
Evaluating and improving a text classifier for subpopulations: the case of cybercrime.
Quinten Meertens’ breakthrough in how we think about biasArticles
‘A breakthrough in how we think about bias’ – that is how professor Jaap van den Herik at Leiden University described Statistics Netherlands (CBS) researcher Quinten Meertens’ PhD thesis ‘Misclassification Bias in Statistical Learning’.
Energy balance sheet; supply and consumption, sectorFigures
Supply, consumption, energy transformation Energy commodities, sector
Inferring network traffic from sensors without a sampling designOther
The use of non-probability data as a primary data source in official statistics is currently an active field of research.
Trade and industry; employment and finance per sector, SIC 2008Figures
Trade and industry; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, results Industry, construction, trade, transport, personal and business services
The need for timely official statisticsPublications
This paper discusses how Statistics Netherlands managed to respond quickly with a range of new outputs following the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic. First, it describes the innovation process and the innovations in response to the pandemic. Then it discusses success factors and draws lessons for the future.
Unique collaboration for big data researchOther
Description of activities of Center for Big Data Statistics
Imports of Digitised ProductsPublications
This study provides a first reasonable experimental overview of the size of a few digitised activities in the Dutch economy. The intent behind the study is not to give a complete overview of all imports of all digitised products.
Innovating statistics with data challengesArticles
The end of last year saw the second edition of the Big Data Meets Survey Science conference online: the BigSurv20.
Composition development in goods exports: flow characteristicsFigures
Export growth and Contribution to total export growth Transaction; SITC and Countries
Over 1 billion euros spent in foreign EU webshopsOther
In 2016, Dutch consumers spent over 1 billion euros on products sold by foreign EU webshops.
Automatically detect solar panels with aerial photosOther
Solar power is an important renewable energy source. This article explains the research conducted by Statistics Netherlands to map the numbers and locations of solar panels more accurately using deep learning methods.
International trade; Dutch export specialisation with respect to the EUFigures
Balassa index, share in total exports, exports of Dutch products and re-exports broken down by the Chapters of the Harmonised System.
Education more challenging and up to date with Big DataOther
Analysis of big data is becoming ever more important for governments to facilitate effective, sustainable policy choices
Use machine learning to estimate chance of movingOther
Use machine learning to estimate chance of moving
Using social media to measure intentions to move houseOther
Is it possible to measure the intentions of people to move house without actually asking them about their plans?
Fair algorithms in contextArticles
Decisions in our society are increasingly supported by Artificial Intelligence (AI). In this work we refer to AI as computers doing ‘intelligent’ tasks. This can for example be determining good moves in a game of chess, or recognising cats in images.