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Workshop on the Communication of Statistics

Workshop on the Communication of Statistics

27 - 29 April 2015
Washington, D.C. United States
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Session 1:   Social Media    
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Breathing life into your social media program: strategy, planning and experimentation

Dale Sweetnam (U.S. Energy Information Administration, United States)
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Twitter and other social media for official statistics: why, what and how

François  Brunet (INSEE, France)
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Census of Agriculture –Social media data dissemination approaches

Alex Minchenkov and Krissy Young (United States Department of Agriculture)
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A strategic approach to social media strategy

Ulla Agerskov (Statistics Denmark)

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Session 2:   Apps, APIs and Open Data    
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Projects of open data for Official Statistics of Japan

Toshihiko Akatani  (National Statistics Center, Japan)
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Russian official statistics in the open data context: achievements, challenges and future steps

(Rosstat, Russian Federation)

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The Health Indicators Warehouse: balancing the need for accuracy with ability to create an open data and API accessible platform for United States federal health statistics

(NCHS, United States)

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Hack for Sweden

Sara Brinkberg (Statistics Sweden)
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Relational metadata for statistical data APIs

Mark Elbert (U.S. Energy Information Administration, United States)
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Targeted dissemination through reverse geocoding services

Koketso Moeng (Statistics South Africa)
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Session 3:   Digital Publishing of Statistics    
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Building a website, a digital publishing capability and a reputation

Laura Dewis (Office for National Statistics, United Kingdom)
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Web publishing of statistics: Statistics South Africa website

Luxolo Lengs  and Koketso Moeng (Statistics South Africa)
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Census Explorer lets you map out neighbourhood statistics   

Michael C. Cook (United States Census Bureau)

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Efficiency and effectiveness: the FAO Statistical Yearbook

Amy Heyman, Markus Kainu and Filippo Gheria  (FAO)
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Bringing OECD data to life

Terri Mitton (OECD)
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Sweden in figures

Sara Brinkberg (Statistics Sweden)
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Session 4:   Open Session    
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The end of the Statistical Yearbook and the introduction of new products

Martin Bajzelj (Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia)
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Experiences developing and using a writing style guide in a statistical agency


Colleen Blessing  (U.S. Energy Information Administration, United States)

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Attracting new audiences to statistical dissemination   

Chris Laevaert (Eurostat)

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Improving the customer experience with analytics   

Alexandra Figueroa (United States Census Bureau)

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Session 5:   Building and Maintaining the Credibility of Official Statistics    
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Federal Statistical Office's reputation and acceptance by selected target groups

Heidrun Stirner (DESTATIS, Germany)

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Statistics user survey, experience of Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey

Ahmet Tayyar Firat (CBRT,Turkey)
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Maintaining credibility in an increasingly sceptical world

Michael Levi, Morgan Earp, Daniell Toth (United States Bureau of Labor Statistics)

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