Abbreviations (1/19) - Grouped by first letter "s"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "s": S&T, S&T Education and Training, SA, ...

Science and Technology
UNESCO defines S&T Education and Training (STET) as follows: "all activities comprising specialized non-university higher education and training, higher ...

Seasonally adjusted
Structural Adjustment Facility
Microdata or macrodata that have been protected by suitable statistical disclosure control methods.
An environment such as a microdata lab whereby access to a disclosive dataset can be controlled.

A two-stage evaluation of a member country central bank's control, accounting, reporting and auditing systems to ensure that resources, including those ...
Substances or preparations which are added to a plant protection product to eliminate or reduce phytotoxic effects of the plant protection product on ...
Minimal calculated interval that is required for the value of a cell that does not satisfy the primary suppression rule.
See: Wages and salaries
An approach to constructing a residential property price index which combines current period selling prices with appraisals (assessed values) pertaining to ...
This heading covers sales of agricultural products made by agricultural units to other units (agricultural or those of other branches), including sales to ...
This characteristic comprises the value of shares and participating interests held as fixed assets by the unit, sold during the reference year. Sales of ...
Sales of tangible goods includes the value of existing tangible capital goods, sold to third parties. Sales of tangible capital goods are valued at the ...
The value of existing tangible capital goods including aircraft sold to third parties. Sales are recorded at the actual price received, not at book value, ...
The value of existing tangible capital goods including vessels sold to third parties. Sales are recorded at the actual price received, not at book value, ...
Sales space is taken to mean the estimated area of that part of the premises devoted to selling and display, i.e.:
- the total space to which customers ...
Salted fish are fish often in gutted and headed form, that are preserved in salt or brine.
"Saltwater" means water where the salinity is appreciable. This may be water where the salinity is constantly high (e.g. seawater) or where the salinity is ...
Same-day visit concerns the activities of visitors who do not stay overnight in collective or private accommodation in the place (region, country) visited.
Visitor who does not spend the night in a collective or private accommodation in the place/country visited.
See "Excursionists" and "Foreign excursionists"
Subset of a frame where elements are selected based on a process with a known probability of selection.
Frequency with which units in the sample stop reporting over time.
Maintaining and adding to the sample of outlets in the survey panel to ensure that they continue to be representative of the population of outlets. A fixed ...
Design that provides information on the target and final sample sizes, strata definitions and the sample selection methodology.
Sampling of the whole or part of the target population for the census.
Set of materials from which sample is actually selected, such as a list or set of areas, thus a collection of population units.
Sample household means a household containing at least one sample person. A sample household shall be included in EU-SILC for the collection or compilation ...
"Sample persons": means the persons selected to constitute the sample in the first wave of a longitudinal panel. They may comprise all members of an initial ...
Limiting the length of time that outlets and/or products are included in the price surveys by dropping a proportion of them, or possibly all of them, after ...
See "Coverage and sample selection errors"
Number of households or persons selected.
Composite estimator with a subjectively chosen weight for the direct component which depends on true and estimated domain population sizes.
Statistical method that splits the data into two halves, a regression model is performed on each statistically independent sub-sample.
Collection of data from a sample of units, rather than all units, as in a census.
A record within a dataset which is unique within that dataset on a given key.
The price collected for a sampled product, sometimes described as a price quote.
An individual product that is included in the sample selected for pricing within an elementary aggregate.
The research strategy of collecting data from a part of a population with a view to drawing inferences about the whole.
There are different procedures for selecting the units, which are to comprise the sample. - Random sampling procedures;
- Systematic sampling;
- Stratified ...
Error caused by the fact that only a sample of values is observed and therefore there is a difference between a population value and an estimate.
The ratio of sample size to total number of population units
List of the target population units from which the sample is drawn or the list of households or dwellings extracted from a Master sample built on the basis ...
Selecting sample in (generally) two time periods, with second‑phase sample typically a subsample of first‑phase sample.
Means by which sample of administrative areas and households/persons is chosen in successive stages to pinpoint geographical locations where survey is ...
See "Sampling design or sampling plan"
Process of selecting a sample from a frame.
Sampling design and estimation methodology.
Name or other identification of the specific process by which the entities of the sample have been selected.

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