2 edition of Population counts in small areas found in the catalog.
Population counts in small areas
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors, Richard Arnold ... [et. al.].|
|Series||Studies on medical and population subjects -- no. 62|
|Contributions||Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine (Great Britain). Small Area Health Statistics Unit.|
|LC Classifications||RA650.6.A1 P66 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
Also, the UN tends to use figures that exclude rural areas resulting in population counts lower than what many people are used to seeing for metropolitan areas. Polaron , 2 April (UTC) I wasn't refering to the UN list but actually to this list. Estimating historic population data for small geographies using census housing information Article in Journal of Population Research 30(4) December with 4 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Introduction. In recent years, a growing demand for small-area demographic estimates has been observed. Much of this demand comes from epidemiologists, who utilize these estimates for small-area surveillance efforts in the areas of cancer and environmental epidemiology in particular .The potential of small-area epidemiology has generated considerable excitement ; Cited by: 1. This chapter takes as its focus the analysis of population change over small areas and, building on previous research, it makes use of a combined polygon overlay and cell smoothing procedure to derive estimates of population counts for a 1 km grid to facilitate assessment of change through by: 2. For inter-censual years, population counts must be estimated and must take into account not only the usual demographic changes (that is, births/deaths) but also migration. Popula-tion projections beyond the most recent census (and perhaps before the earliest usable census) will also often be required for small area studies.
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ISBN: Summary: Counts of persons and dwellings at legal local government areas (LGAS), statistical divisions (SDs), statistical local areas (SLAs), statistical subdivisions (SSDs), and urban centres/localities (UC/Ls) with a time series comparing .Ebook for small domains, often de ned ebook geographic and demographic characteristics, is known as small area estimation.
A common approach to small area estimation is to derive predictors under a speci ed mixed model for the direct estimators. A procedure of this type is developed for small areas de ned by the cells of a two-way table.