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This page contains links to detailed documentation on improving timeliness in short-term economic statistics through compiling preliminary estimates based on statistical models. The papers below provide detailed information on methods relevant to this topic which have been implemented within statistical organisations. Issues covered include:
• Estimation based on a combination of administrative data, models and survey data
• Early (flash) estimates based on modelling relationships with other available data
The papers below focus primarily on the issue of preliminary estimates based on statistical models. They may also contain information on other statistical processes defined in the STES Timeliness Framework .
Using EFTPOS Data as a Timely Indicator of Retail Trade & Services Activity in New Zealand (2006)
The papers below refer to the issue of preliminary estimates based on statistical models to some extent. They also provide more detail on other statistical processes defined in the STES Timeliness Framework .
Using administrative data in short-term statistics: Sub annual industry surveys at Statistics New Zealand (2004)
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