CoverStatistical requirements compendium – 2024 edition

The Statistical Requirements Compendium (SRC), published by Eurostat, serves as a reference document for the EU acquis in statistics. It summarises the key reference information for European statistical production, taking into account new legislation and other developments relevant for European statistics.

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ks-gq-24-006

CoverAn introduction to Large Language Models and their relevance for statistical offices – 2024 edition

This manual serves as a guide for data professionals employing Large Language Models (LLMs) in Official Statistics. It covers the evolution, architecture, applications, and future prospects of LLMs, focusing on their ability to address complex issues through advanced language processing. It also emphasises the importance of ethical and responsible use, combining research and practical examples to help professionals leverage LLM benefits while ensuring trust and reliability in their operations.

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ks-tc-24-001

CoverQuality report on European statistics on international trade in goods 2019-2022 DATA – 2024 edition

This report provides users with a tool to assess the quality of the international trade in goods statistics published by Eurostat. The data quality can be evaluated against indicators covering the following components: relevance, accuracy, timeliness and punctuality, accessibility and clarity, comparability and coherence. The purpose of the report is not to rank countries from best to worst for each quality indicator, but to provide users with information on the different factors affecting statistics so that they can appraise the data quality for themselves.

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ks-ft-24-001

CoverIntegration of statistical and geospatial information – experiences and observations from the national statistical authorities, 2016–2020, – 2024 edition

The combination of statistics and geography has the potential to generate information far beyond the simple representation of data on a map. Integration of statistical and geospatial information – experiences and observations from the national statistical authorities, 2016–2020 presents details of projects enacted with grants provided during the second period of this initiative. It showcases the broad range of applications that have been developed using geospatial information implementing the Global Statistical Geospatial Framework (GSGF).

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ks-ft-23-006

CoverEuropean business statistics geonomenclature applicable to European statistics on international trade in goods – 2024 edition

The purpose of this publication is to provide the compilers and users of European statistics on international trade in goods with sound information on the nomenclature used to classify the reporting and partner countries. Besides including the latest version of the nomenclature of countries and territories for the European statistics on international trade in goods — known as the ‘Geonomenclature’ and abbreviated to GEONOM —, it also contains all the supplementary information that is essential to understand the content of this country classification and the evolution of its codes. A further aim of this publication is to document the geographical and economic areas covered by the trade in goods statistics as disseminated by Eurostat.

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ks-gq-24-008

CoverEuropean business statistics compilers’ manual for foreign affiliate statistics – 2024 edition

This manual seeks to serve statistical experts and users alike as a comprehensive reference to the world of Foreign Affiliate Statistics (FATS). It provides an overview of FATS population, statistical units, concepts and variables while highlighting the features introduced by a new regulatory framework. Furthermore, the manual informs on data collection and transmission procedures and describes the various statistical tools supporting FATS production. The European business statistics compilers’ manual for Foreign Affiliate Statistics was drafted by a number of Eurostat experts in consultation with national experts.

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ks-gq-23-018

CoverEuropean business statistics compilers’ manual for EuroGroups register (EGR) – 2024 edition

The EuroGroups register (EGR) is the statistical business register of multinational enterprise (MNE) groups in the European Union (EU) Member States and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries.

In close cooperation with the national statistical business registers the EGR plays a central role in the production of business statistics. The European business statistics regulation (Regulation (EU) 2019/2152) has strengthened this role further as authoritative source for deriving high quality and harmonised statistical business register populations for statistics related to businesses and multinational enterprise groups.

The first edition of the European business statistics compilers’ manual for EuroGroups register (EGR) provides an overview of the EGR, as well as detailed information relating to the different steps that a data producer or user can expect from the EGR process and output. The manual presents guidelines on data delivery and the list of variables to be exchanged, key methodological notes, validation and quality assessment procedures. It aims to serve as a practical reference document for national statistical institutes involved in EGR data exchange and as a guide for general users of EGR microdata or aggregated statistics disseminated from the EGR.

Developed by Unit G.1 in collaboration with national experts in business register, the European business statistics compilers’ manual for EGR is based on accumulated knowledge, extensive material and documentation prepared over the years by numerous experts, Eurostat expresses gratitude to all participants for their invaluable contributions.

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ks-gq-23-023

CoverHarmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) Methodological manual – 2024 edition

The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) provides the official measure of consumer price inflation in the euro area and the EU. The purpose of this manual is to provide information on the HICP methodology. With the help of definitions, examples and systematic legislative references, the manual is meant to serve as a practical reference document for National Statistical Authorities involved in the compilation of the HICP or for those aiming to set up a similar inflation measure. Other users may also find this manual useful to help them understand and interpret HICP data.

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ks-gq-24-003

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