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Monthly Archives: August 2012
By Howard Hogan, Ph.D. Chief Demographer Demography is literally “Writing about people.” However, it has come to mean the quantative or statistical study of human populations. As such, most of what the U.S. Census Bureau does can be described … Continue reading
Nancy Bates Senior Researcher for Survey Methodology, Associate Directorate for Research and Methodology As the statistical agency responsible for enumerating every person residing within the United States, finding and counting the so-called “hard to reach” is in the Census … Continue reading
Todd Gardner Historian/Survey Statistician, Center for Economic Studies In a recent presentation at the Census Bureau, Dr. Steven Ruggles, the director of the Minnesota Population Center (MPC) at the University of Minnesota, talked about the history of processing data … Continue reading