Glossary of government statistical methodology

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This category has names and abbreviations relevant to U.S. government staff creating and using statistical and economic data.
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Relevant terms: [[AFQT]], [[AHEAD]], [[Amos]], [[BHPS]], [[BLS]], [[CEX]], [[CFTC]], [[clustered data]], [[cohort]], [[cointegration]], [[Compustat]], [[Consumer Expenditure Survey]], [[CPI]], [[CPI-U]], [[CPI-W]], [[CPS]], [[CRSP]], [[DataDesk]], [[EconLit]], [[establishment]], [[ExecuComp]], [[FASB]], [[filter]], [[FIPS]], [[Freddie Mac]], [[Gauss]], [[GDP deflator]], [[GSOEP]], [[High School and Beyond]], [[HLM]], [[HRS]], [[HSB]], [[INSEE]], [[IPUMS]], [[JMP]], [[Limdep]], [[ln]], [[log]], [[longitudinal data]], [[M1]], [[March CPS]], [[Matlab]], [[Minitab]], [[MSA]], [[NAICS]], [[NASS]], [[national accounts]], [[natural experiment]], [[NELS]], [[NIPA]], [[NLREG]], [[NLS]], [[NLSY]], [[NLSYW]], [[NORC]], [[OES]], [[plant]], [[poor]], [[poverty]], [[PSID]], [[R]], [[R&D definitions | R&D]], [[RATS]], [[R&D definitions |Research and Development]], [[ridit scoring]], [[S-Plus]], [[SAS]], [[SHAZAM]], [[SIC]], [[SIPP]], [[SLID]], [[SMR]], [[SMSA]], [[Solas]], [[SPSS]], [[SSEP]], [[SSRN]], [[Stata]], [[Statistica]], [[SUDAAN]], [[top-coded]], [[tract]], [[tutorial in Matlab]], [[unemployment]], [[urban ghetto]], [[WesVar]], [[X-11 ARIMA]].
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Relevant terms: [[AFQT]], [[AHEAD]], [[Amos]], [[BHPS]], [[BLS]], [[CEX]], [[CFTC]], [[clustered data]], [[cohort]], [[cointegration]], [[Compustat]], [[Consumer Expenditure Survey]], [[CPI]], [[CPI-U]], [[CPI-W]], [[CPS]], [[CRSP]], [[DataDesk]], [[EconLit]], [[establishment]], [[ExecuComp]], [[FASB]], [[filter]], [[FIPS]], [[Freddie Mac]], [[Gauss]], [[GDP deflator]], [[GSOEP]], [[High School and Beyond]], [[HLM]], [[HRS]], [[HSB]], [[INSEE]], [[IPUMS]], [[JMP]], [[Limdep]], [[ln]], [[log]], [[longitudinal data]], [[M1]], [[March CPS]], [[Matlab]], [[Minitab]], [[MSA]], [[NAICS]], [[NASS]], [[national accounts]], [[natural experiment]], [[NELS]], [[NIPA]], [[NLREG]], [[NLS]], [[NLSY]], [[NLSYW]], [[NORC]], [[OES]], [[plant]], [[poor]], [[poverty]], [[PSID]], [[R]], [[RATS]], [[ridit scoring]], [[S-Plus]], [[SAS]], [[SHAZAM]], [[SIC]], [[SIPP]], [[SLID]], [[SMR]], [[SMSA]], [[Solas]], [[SPSS]], [[SSEP]], [[SSRN]], [[Stata]], [[Statistica]], [[SUDAAN]], [[top-coded]], [[tract]], [[tutorial in Matlab]], [[unemployment]], [[urban ghetto]], [[WesVar]], [[X-11 ARIMA]].
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[[Category: Glossary]]

Current revision as of 18:02, 27 November 2009

This category has names and abbreviations relevant to U.S. government staff creating and using statistical and economic data.

Relevant terms: AFQT, AHEAD, Amos, BHPS, BLS, CEX, CFTC, clustered data, cohort, cointegration, Compustat, Consumer Expenditure Survey, CPI, CPI-U, CPI-W, CPS, CRSP, DataDesk, EconLit, establishment, ExecuComp, FASB, filter, FIPS, Freddie Mac, Gauss, GDP deflator, GSOEP, High School and Beyond, HLM, HRS, HSB, INSEE, IPUMS, JMP, Limdep, ln, log, longitudinal data, M1, March CPS, Matlab, Minitab, MSA, NAICS, NASS, national accounts, natural experiment, NELS, NIPA, NLREG, NLS, NLSY, NLSYW, NORC, OES, plant, poor, poverty, PSID, R, R&D, RATS, Research and Development, ridit scoring, S-Plus, SAS, SHAZAM, SIC, SIPP, SLID, SMR, SMSA, Solas, SPSS, SSEP, SSRN, Stata, Statistica, SUDAAN, top-coded, tract, tutorial in Matlab, unemployment, urban ghetto, WesVar, X-11 ARIMA.

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