Print Friendly, PDF & Email

News from the Cornell NCRN node

  • Census Bureau @ Cornell Seminar Series Fri, Sep 29, 2017 - CISER and the Labor Dynamics Institute have partnered to invite a number of Census Bureau researchers to present on a variety of topics at Cornell University. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about exciting research done at the largest US statistical agency, research behind the economic, demographic, geographic, sociological data that many applied researchers use in their research. Some…
  • A realistic base file for testing privacy-preserving data analysis and publication algorithms Thu, May 25, 2017 - We wanted to make you all aware of a new data asset that the Labor Dynamics Institute, supported by the Sloan Foundation, has now made available. We have built a synthetic population of the United States entirely from public-use data in the American Community Survey. Unlike some of the other synthetic data projects we have undertaken in the past, these…
  • LDI Replication Project (Summer 2017) looking for undergraduate researchers Sat, Apr 22, 2017 - This position has been filled. We are looking for up to 4 students to work on the LDI replication project in the Summer of 2017 as undergraduate research interns.
  • CED²AR 2.8.2.0 Wed, Apr 5, 2017 - CED²AR 2.8.2.0 is available at https://github.com/ncrncornell/ced2ar/releases/tag/2.8.2.0 , (also 10.5281/zenodo.495191)  along with a list of new features and bug fixes.
  • Registration opens for the “Synthetic longitudinal business data international user seminar” Thu, Mar 30, 2017 - In this seminar, we discuss with interested parties the conditions necessary to implement the SynLBD approach, with the goal of providing other statistical agencies a straightforward toolkit to implement the same procedure on their own data. Our hope is that by implementing similar procedures on comparable business microdata, new research both within and across countries can be enabled. The ideal…

News from the NSF-Census Research Network