Abbreviations (2/20) - Grouped by first letter "s"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "s" - Sampling technique, Sampling unit, Sampling units, ...

Name or other identification of the specific process by which the entities of the sample have been selected.
Unit considered for selection in some stage of sampling procedure.
Area frame sampling basically deals with the division of land into pieces (primary sampling units) out of which a set of representative samples is taken. ...
Square of standard error or sampling error.
Selection of first (second, etc.) stage units in which each is chosen with probability proportionate to its measure of size.
Visual presentation of the flows of materials entering in the economy — either domestically extracted or imported, the processing of materials into ...
Satellite accounts provide a framework linked to the central accounts and which enables attention to be focussed on a certain field or aspect of economic ...
Accounts that provide a framework within which to accommodate elements that are included in the central accounts, explicitly or implicitly, plus ...
Satellite accounts are an evolving mechanism for presenting particular topics as annexes to main national accounts. The characteristics of satellite ...
A digital data set that has been recorded from an Earth-orbiting satellite, either photographically or by a scanner on-board the satellite. A satellite ...
One way of using administrative data in practice is to organise these data into specific registers linked to the statistical business register. If these ...
Respondent behaviours to reduce the time and effort required to complete an online or printed questionnaire.
This should be interpreted in terms of formal working arrangements. Thus employees who, on their own initiative, take some of their work home or work at the ...
Saving is the balancing item in both versions of the use of income account. Its value is identical for all sectors, regardless of whether it is obtained by ...
Roundwood that will be sawn (or chipped) lengthways for the manufacture of sawnwood or railway sleepers (ties) or used for the production of veneer (mainly ...
Wood that has been produced from both domestic and imported roundwood, either by sawing lengthways or by a profile-chipping process and that exceeds 6 mm in ...
Wood that has been produced, either by sawing lengthways or by a profile-chipping process and that, with a few exceptions, exceeds 5 mm in thickness. It ...
In cartography, the relationship between the distance on a map and the corresponding distance on the Earth’s surface. Scale is reported as a ratio, for ...
Detailed data on sales of consumer goods obtained by scanning the bar codes for individual products at electronic points of sale in retail outlets. The data ...
A data-capture technique in which information on hard-copy documents (e.g., paper or mylar) is captured and converted into a digital image by means of a ...
Plants or trees planted in such a manner that it is not possible to estimate the area (often around the holding).
European Co-operative society
A set of pseudo-criminological methods for analysing and classifying the plausible risk channels for a data intrusion. The methods are based around first ...
Synonym of questionnaire, in the theory of sample surveys.
A commercial air service operated according to a published timetable, or with such a regular frequency that it constitutes an easily recognisable systematic ...
A service provided by flights scheduled and performed according to a published timetable, or so regular or frequent as to constitute a recognisably ...
A service provided by sea vessels scheduled and performed according to a published timetable, or so regular or frequent as to constitute a recognisably ...
Production of a planning which indicates which interviewers work on what days and part of day (DPoD) combinations in the planning period.
IT module to manage telephone contacts (in CATI surveys).
See: "Sketch map"
Schemes available by law consists of schemes established by law or regulation and available for voluntary membership to specific groups such as low-income ...
Schemes for public servants are social protection schemes reserved for established and acting public servants, other members of general government staff and ...
Schemes for the self-employed are social protection schemes set up to provide protection for the self-employed and their dependants. This definition is ...
Attendance at any accredited educational institution or programme, public or private, for organised learning at any level of education.
Periods in which classes are not given.
Educational activities taking place in institutions established for the education of children and youth in the course of initial educational programmes ...
Science and technology museums are museums devoted to one or several exact sciences or technologies such as astronomy, mathematics, physics, chemistry, ...
Science and technology museums, ethnology museums consist of: - Natural history and natural science museums - Science and technology museums - Ethnography ...
The specialised activities of collecting, coding, recording, classifying, disseminating, translating, analysing, and evaluating, by scientific and technical ...
UNESCO defines "Scientific and Technical Personnel" as: "... the total number of people participating directly in S&T activities in an institution or unit, ...
For statistical purpose, all systematic activities which are closely concerned with the generation, advancement, dissemination and application of scientific ...
Scientific and Technological Services (STS) are defined as: "activities concerned with research and experimental development and contributing to the ...
Definition: Forums, colloquia, seminars, symposia and conferences (private) are specialised meetings of a technical and academic nature whose objective is ...
Person appointed to observe fishing operations in the context of data collection for scientific purposes and designated by a body in charge of the ...
Confidential data for scientific purposes to which methods of statistical disclosure control have been applied to reduce to an appropriate level and in ...
Scientists and engineers refer to persons who, working in those capacities, use or create scientific knowledge and engineering and technological principles, ...
The set of products for which the index is intended to measure the price changes. The scope of a CPI (Consumer price index) will generally be defined in ...
Set of entities of the frame population assigned for data reporting from which data can be retrieved for the investigated population (statistical and ...
Part of the population which is protected (the whole population, all or the majority of workers or specific sections of the population). This definition is ...
A numerical indicator used to prioritize micro data review in selective editing.
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