The SIS-CC Newsletter – February 2022

The February issue of the new SIS-CC newsletter zooms in on the first Labour Market Information System launched in the Central American region with support from the International Labour Organization and .Stat Suite technology. Further, it features past and upcoming webinars on the topic of data dissemination in Asia-Pacific and the findings of a new […]

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El Salvador pioneers Labour Market Information System in the region

In December 2021, the Ministry of Labour and Social Security of El Salvador launched SIMEL, the first Labour Market Information System (LMIS) in the Central American region and second of its kind in the Latin American region. SIMEL, with .Stat Suite at its core, responds to the need to overcome the statistical gap in labour […]

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What does digital technology mean for data dissemination in Ghana?

National statistical offices have experienced significant changes in recent years, urging them to re-think the way they collect, manage and disseminate data. Information technology (IT) has played a critical role in helping to save time, improve accuracy, and enhance access to their products. Yet, the move from a paper-based to a fully digital system requires […]

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The SIS-CC Newsletter – December 2021

The December issue of the new SIS-CC newsletter zooms in on a new blog post on the value of SDMX beyond the official statistics community and an article on how to easily create Power BI reports from SDMX sources using the certified SDMX-Power BI Connector. Further, it features a video tutorial on installing .Stat Suite […]

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Official statistics at the fingertips of Power BI users around the globe

Let us start with two questions statisticians, data producers and analysts might face: With hundreds, thousands, or even millions of rows of data stored in my data warehouse, how do I effectively tell a story using that data? How can I help my users identify and understand patterns in this massive amount of information to […]

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