Données publiques et analyses

 

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Data & Analisis

The data collection for the Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC) took place from 1 August 2011 to 31 March 2012 in most participating countries. Around 166 000 adults, representing 724 million adults aged 16 to 65, were surveyed in 24 countries and sub-national regions in the official language/s of the countries.  »Read more about the Survey and discover some sample items in literacy, reading components, numeracy and problem-solving. 

 

International Data Explorer

The International Data Explorer (IDE) allows you to create statistical tables and charts to explore adults' (16-65 years of age) performance in literacy, numearcy, and problem solving in technology-rich environments. Data can be analysed by country as well as in relation to demographic characteristics, social and linguistic background, education, use of skills and employment status.

 

International Public Use Data Files

Public Use Files containing individual unit record data in SAS and SPSS format are available for downloading for each of the countries participating in the Survey of Adult Skills other than Australia. These contain both responses to the background questionnaire and the cognitive assessment. Full documentation of the contents of the files is provided. Please note that these files are primarily designed for use by researchers and data analysts. The files are also large and may take some time to download. To access the Australian Public Use File please write to: microdata.access@abs.gov.au

Public Use Files (PUF). Please note that these files were updated on 7 November 2013. Information about the changes can be found here.

German PIAAC Scientific Use File and its User Guide. Please note that access to some data is subject to prior authorisation. Please see 'data and documents' tab on the GESIS page cited previously.

International codebook

Derived variables codebook

Background Questionnaire dont il existe également une version anglaise (format pdf), espagnole, chilienne

PIAAC Data Analysis Manual (SAS®, STATA®)

SAS® Macro (version 2.0). Please note that this file was updated on 18 December 2013; 27 March 2014 and 11 July 2014. (For any queries or to be informed of any update on this macro, please contact edu.piaac@oecd.org).

STATA® Macro (version 1.2). Please note that this file was updated on 9 January 2014.

Technical Report of the Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC)

Data compendia - Background variables. Please note that these files were updated on 13 November 2013.

Data Compendia - Cognitive variables

The compendia are sets of tables that provide categorical percentages for both cognitive and background items. The purpose of the compendia is to support PUF users so that they can gain knowledge of the contents of the PUF, and can use the compendia results to be sure that they are performing PUF analyses correctly. Note that due to the design of the cognitive assessment, comparisons of the cognitive item statistics provided in the compendia across countries for reporting purposes may not be appropriate. 

 

Enquête internationale sur l'alphabétisation des adultes (EIAA) et Enquête sur la littératie et les compétences des adultes (ELCA)

Les fichiers de microdonnées à grande diffusion de l’Enquête internationale sur l'alphabétisation des adultes (EIAA) et de l’Enquête sur la littératie et les compétences des adultes (ELCA) sont accessibles à partir de Statistique Canada via les liens ci-dessous :

Enquête internationale sur l'alphabétisation des adultes
Enquête sur la littératie et les compétences des adultes
Enquête internationale sur l'alphabétisation et les compétences des adultes (Canada)

Ces fichiers contiennent les résultats pour la littératie des adultes (EIAA et l'ELCA) et de la numératie (ELCA) sur les mêmes échelles que les résultats de l’Évaluation des compétences des adultes (PIAAC). Le processus pour lier les résultats de de l’Évaluation des compétences des adultes (PIAAC) et ceux de l'EIAA et l'ELCA est décrit dans le rapport technique de l’Évaluation des compétences des adultes.

 

IDB Analyzer

The International Database (IDB) Analyzer facilitates the analysis of data from the Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC). It creates SPSS code that can be used with SPSS to conduct statistical analyses, taking into account the complex sample structure of the databases. The software allows you to combine data from different countries for cross-country analysis and to select specific subsets of variables. It provides several different procedures for analysis, such as the computation of means or percentages of any background variable of interest for a whole country or subgroup within a population.

 

OECD Education GPS

Want to keep up to date with the latest OECD data and research on education and skills? The OECD Education GPS brings the world of education to your fingertips and provides you with easy access to the OECD’s wealth of data on education policies and practices.

 

Webpackages

The links below will allow you to download all the figures and tables included in the OECD Skills Outlook 2013: First Results from the Survey of Adult Skills. The webpackages also include data tables for other skill domains referred to but not examined in the report as well as some additional data. The package consists of Excel workbooks that can be viewed and downloaded by chapter. These files were updated to include data for France and the Russian Federation and published on 14 January 2014.

Overview:  Key Findings from the Survey of Adult Skills

Chapter 1:  The Skills Needed for the 21st Century

Chapter 2:  Proficiency in Key Information-Processing Skills among Working-Age Adults

Chapter 3:  The Socio-Demographic Distribution of Key Information-Processing Skills

Chapter 4:  How Skills Are Used in the Workplace

Chapter 5:  Developing and Maintaining Key Information-Processing Skills

Chapter 6:  Key Skills and Economic and Social Well-Being

Annex B:  OECD Skills Outlook 2013 additional tables

Additional Tables (Minimum, mean, median and maximum values for hourly and monthly earnings by deciles)

 

Pour toute question, veuillez contacter : Marta.Encinas-Martin@oecd.org

 

 

 

 

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