Abbreviations (1/12) - Grouped by first letter "d"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "d": DAC, Daily Net Imports or Inland Consumption for compliance (calculated) (Code 10_OBLIGATC), Daily newspapers and periodicals circulation, ...

Development Assistance Committee of the OECD
Daily Net Imports or Inland Consumption for compliance (calculated) with Council Directive 2009/119/EC of 14 September 2009 imposing an obligation on Member ...

Daily newspapers are periodic publications, issued at least four times a week, intended for the general public and mainly designed to be a primary source of ...
Disturbance to the forest which may be caused by biotic or abiotic agents, resulting in death, or a significant loss of vitality, productivity or value of ...
Metric defined to measure the distance between strings. It measures the minimum number of elementary steps to transform one string into another.
The classes of dangerous goods carried by Road are those defined by the fifteenth revised edition of the UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous ...

As reported by the police or other authorities. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the Transport Glossary.
Information compiled by national statistical authorities, on the basis of traditional statistical activities (sample surveys, censuses, etc.) and data from ...
Process of transforming raw data into usable information, often presented in the form of a published analytical article, in order to add value to the ...
Means of ensuring long-term preservation of data including ensuring its understandability by users.
Conversion of geographic coordinate data from hard-copy sources or by means of field measurements into a computer-readable format. Data capture usually ...
See: "Data review"
The process of gathering data. Data maybe observed, measured, or collected by means of questioning, as in a survey or census response.
Method applied for gathering data for official statistics.
Definition 1 : The technical set-up for presenting and answering survey questions to respondents, and the collection of the survey data to the central ...
Operations performed on data to derive new information according to a given set of rules.
Property of data, usually resulting from legislative measures, which prevents it from unauthorized disclosure.
Process of comparing data that has generally been derived from different surveys or other sources, especially those of different frequencies, in order to ...
Entity that uses data.
Maintained collection of data consumers.
The transfer of data from one format into another. Usually data conversion refers to the translation of paper map information into digital form. In a wider ...
Activity of checking data which was declared (is possibly) erroneous.
Data curation includes and is more than data archiving; it encompasses an explicit data preservation policy, validation of the data and documentation to be ...
Description of a set of data elements usually associated with a single data set.
Activity in the survey life cycle to distribute or transmit statistical data to its users.
Organisation disseminating the data.
The sum of all differences between two datasets (data-data divergence) or between a single dataset and reality (data-world divergence). Sources of data ...
Application of checks that identify missing, invalid or inconsistent entries or that point to data records that are potentially in error.
Unit of data for which the definition, identification, representation, and permissible values are specified by means of a set of attributes.
Relationship among a data element which is derived, the rule controlling its derivation, and the data element(s) from which it is derived.
Facility within the premises of the statistical organization to which researchers can come in order to perform their research on detailed files. These files ...
Process of sending and receiving data.
The framework in which two or more partners agree to: exchange one or more identified sets of data and related attributes (exchanged time series; ETS), and ...
Process of retrieving census information from information contained in a register and relating to individual statistical units.
Date and time that the data are gathered from a data source.
See: "Data item"
Organized collection of related records of data.
Logical or physical set of data (e.g. database) stored together with its description (e.g. schema).
Process of combining data from two or more sources to produce statistical outputs.
A data user who attempts to disclose information about a population unit through identification or attribution.
The detection of a data intruder through their behaviour. This is most likely to occur through analysis of a pattern of requests submitted to a remote data ...
A method of estimating the probability that a data intruder who has matched an arbitrary population unit against a sample unique in a target microdata file ...
Specific sub-component of a data record.
The specific sub-components of a data record. For instance, in a population census, specific data items might be last name, first name, sex, and age.
A facility that has been established on Statistics New Zealand premises. It is a place where external researchers can be permitted access to potentially ...
Graphical and/or lexical representation of data, specifying their properties, structure and inter-relationships.
See: Perturbation-based methods
Method that maintains respondent confidentiality by altering the identifiable data in a small way without affecting aggregate results in a significant way.
Detailed description of the disseminated data.
Main characteristics of the data set described in an easily understandable manner, referring to the data and indicators disseminated.

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