Geospatial Statistics and Its Potential

May 22, 2018
Geospatial Statistics and Its Potential
Academic Centre for Natural Sciences of the University of Latvia, Jelgavas iela (street) 1, Riga

Moderated by Juris Paiders.

Event video recordings

 

 

 

Time

Point in the Agenda

Presenter, institution represented

10.00–10.20

Registration

 

10.20–10.30

Opening

Representative of the CSB

10.30–11.15

Life Quality in Cities. Survey Results

  • Key results of the survey on quality of live in eight largest cities conducted by the CSB in 2017
  • Comparison of cities
  • Discussion on further use of the results acquired, indicators to be included in the upcoming surveys

Uldis Ainārs, CSB

11.15–11.30

Territorial Statistics Available in the CSB and Eurostat

  • Informative presentation on how to find data in CSB and Eurostat database (giving examples of statistics allowing to compare cities)

Olga Pritula, CSB

11.30–12.00

Geospatial Statistics and Its Potential

  • Analysis of CSB statistics on territories smaller than towns and rural territories of municipalities
  • Discussion about potential use of the statistics and indicators to be produced
  • Discussion on user needs

Dāvis Kļaviņš, CSB

12.00–13.00

Lunch break

 

13.00–13.30

Mathematical Modelling-Based Territorial Statistics

Elvijs Siliņš, CSB

13.30–14.00

Population and Housing Census 2021 & Territorial Statistics

  • The kind and level of detail of territorial statistics acquired via Population and Housing Census 2021

Baiba Zukula, CSB

14.00–14.30

Practical Examples of Using Territorial Statistics in Ventspils Local Government

Austris Galindoms, Ventspils City Council

14.30–15.00

Possibilities to Analyse Socio-Demographic and Professional Structure of Population Spatially

Māris Bērziņš, University of Latvia

15.00–15.30

Coffee break

 

15.30–16.00

Visualization of migration flows

Uldis Ainārs, CSB

Discussion

Discussion about the need for territorial statistics

Subjects: priority indicators, cooperation – sharing data; boundaries of territories; support

 

 

16.00

Closing

 

 


April 3-4, 2017
Advanced Methods for Small Area and other Experimental Statistics

Aim General introduction to currently available small area estimations and other experimental statistics based on symbiosis of survey and administrative data. The seminar also aims to discuss future research methods and facilitate use of experimental statistics for public policy analysis and decision making.

Moderated by Pauls Raudseps.

April 3, Advanced Methods for Small Area Estimation
Public Policy Analysis Session. Working language: English

Video recording of the 3rd April

 

13:00 – 13:10

Welcome addresses by the World Bank and the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia

 

João Pedro Azevedo, World Bank

Mrs. Aija Žīgure, President, Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia

13:10 – 14:30

Using Poverty Mapping to Inform Policy Design, Monitoring and Evaluations: Possibilities for the Latvia Poverty Mapping.

 

João Pedro Azevedo, World Bank

Questions and answers

14: 30 – 15:00

Estimation and Preliminary Results of Poverty Mapping for Latvia

 

Mārtiņš Liberts, Central Statistical Bureau

Questions and answers

15:30 –16:20

Tying benefits to earnings when informality is prevalent

 

Anna Zasova, researcher, BICEPS (Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies)

Questions and answers

16:20 –16:30

GeoSpatial and administrative data for research purposes

 

Uldis Ainārs, Central Statistical Bureau

16:30 –17:00

Discussion

Use of experimental statistics for evidence based policy

New data sources for spatial and other experimental statistics

April 4

13:00 – 14:30

Methodology and Results from the Latvia Poverty Mapping. Methodological aspects of small area estimation

 

William Hutchins Seitz, World Bank

Questions and answers

15.00 – 17: 00

Geocoding Population census 2000. Lessons learned.

Dāvis Kļaviņš, Central Statistical Bureau

 

Questions and answers.

Discussion

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