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DigiPub

July 27, 2015
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DigiPub

Mid-December 2014 Statistics Switzerland launched its first digital publication for tablets (iOs. Android) and (and!) browser, in French and German. …Continue reading →

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Open, Useful, Reusable

July 10, 2015
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Open, Useful, Reusable

In OECD’s brand new publication ‘Government at a Glance 2015′ we can find a new indicator: The OUR Index. It stands for ‘Open, …Continue reading →

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The Cui-bono Approach to Open Data

July 3, 2015
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The Cui-bono Approach to Open Data

What’s the problem? Which data are needed to solve it? Who gets an advantage of it? These few questions are …Continue reading →

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Basic Needs and Delighters

June 11, 2015
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Basic Needs and Delighters

How to find out user needs? Which method to choose? These questions find an innovative answer in an article from …Continue reading →

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Big Data and Official Statistics

June 5, 2015
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Big Data and Official Statistics

  Big Data is THE topic of the freshly published Statistical Journal of the IAOS – Volume 31, issue 2. . Five …Continue reading →

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500

May 31, 2015
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500

 Blogstats celebrates a jubilee This blog posts since May 2006. In the nine years, we published 500 posts and got 206 …Continue reading →

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Data Journalism avant la lettre

May 29, 2015
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Data Journalism avant la lettre

From Data to Insight Where there are data, there is insight. However, insight needs know how – know how about …Continue reading →

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Big Data in Action

May 25, 2015
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Big Data in Action

Not long ago in Official Statistics the topic ‘Big Data’ was mostly discussed in a theoretical manner. https://blogstats.wordpress.com/2014/01/25/big-data-events/ However, now …Continue reading →

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Visual first – Visual.ONS

April 27, 2015
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Visual first – Visual.ONS

Visual representations of statistical data are attractive – and worth to build an own website with nothing but (info)graphs and …Continue reading →

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100 Years

April 24, 2015
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100 Years

Comparing statistical visualizations over a period of 100 years is quite rare. The newly published Atlas of the Swiss Federal …Continue reading →

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