Definition: Computer-assisted survey information collection

General concept

Computer-assisted survey information collection (CASIC) encompasses computer assisted data collection and data capture. CASIC may be more broadly defined to include the use of computer assisted, automated, or advanced computing methods for data editing and imputation, data analysis and tabulation, data dissemination, or other steps in the survey or census process.
Source:
Economic Commission for Europe of the United Nations (UNECE), The Knowledge Base on Statistical Data Editing, Online glossary developed by the UNECE Data Editing Group, 2000
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