The 1991 Canadian Census of Population experience with automated coding: CS92-0094/1997E-PDF

"Automation can improve the quality of coding and save resources. The paper details the 1991 Canadian Census of Population experience with a coding software developed by Statistics Canada (ACTR). The census automated coding is justified and the benefits are explored."--Abstract.

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Title The 1991 Canadian Census of Population experience with automated coding
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Note Digitized edition from print [produced by Statistics Canada]. Title from caption. Copy of an article from Statistical data editing. Vol. no. 2. Methods and techniques.
Date 1997]
Number of Pages p. 186-198
Catalogue Number
  • CS92-0094/1997E-PDF
Subject Terms Census, Coding