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Microdata

A syntax from the WHATWG for embedding tags in HTML pages to define data on the Web. It enables search engines to derive semantic meaning from the pages in order to provide more effective search results. RDFa was developed to address this issue, but Microdata was created as a simpler approach. See RDFa and WHATWG.
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The study will contribute to a more professionally-funded debate on wealth tax, and will be based on register data or other microdata. Key questions include: Who pays property tax?
Using detailed microdata on all new vehicle transactions in the United States from August 2011 to June 2014, Kenneth Gillingham, Sebastien Houde, and Arthur van Benthem estimate that the prices of affected models fell by 1.2 percent, or just under $300, after the fuel-economy restatement.
The CE program held its annual Survey Methods Symposium and Microdata Users' Workshop from July 17 to 20, 2018, to address CE-related topics in survey methods research, to provide free training in the structure and uses of the CE microdata, and to explore possibilities for collaboration.
Census Bureau, 2012-2016 American Community Survey five-year Public Use Microdata Sample file
"We have, for the first time, estimated the percentage of health care spending that is devoted to obesity, using microdata for each state," said Cawley, who co-authored "The Impact of Obesity on Medical Costs and Labor Market Outcomes in the U.S." with Adam Biener of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and Chad Meyerhoefer of Lehigh University.
Specifically, it offers a summary of how improvements in the business confidential data, or "microdata," that the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) collects on the activities of multinational enterprises (AMNEs) and on trade in services and how improvements in access to the data have advanced our understanding of these issues.
This volume consists of 25 articles in various areas of sociology: theory and methods, such as big data, field experiments, genealogical microdata, network sampling, survey data collection, replication, and digital methods; social processes, including decision-making processes, social networks and macrosocial change, and privacy; formal organizations, namely the social bases of philanthropy; political and economic sociology in terms of employers in the labor market; and differentiation and stratification, including categorical inequality in schools, gender quotas for legislatures and corporate boards, graduate education, and wealth inequality and accumulation.
A training was also conducted to enhance the analytical skills of the participants under the title 'Working efficiently with Microdata using STATA'.
Energy Information Administration (EIA) has released the most recent Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS) consumption and expenditures detailed tables and public use microdata.
The study on which the paper is based used Icelandic microdata. In addition to possessing virtually unique data, Iceland has experienced extreme volatility in recent years, which makes the Icelandic labour market a suitable laboratory for analysing the various drivers of wage changes.
These authors show that the percentage of men and women by age in public-use microdata samples (PUMS) from Census 2000 and selected American Community Surveys (ACS) differs dramatically from published tabulations based on the complete census and the full ACS for individuals age 65 and older.
Microdata, on the other hand, will allow the use of an Incident and Event Management System (IEMS) that will effectively raise the alarm for any type of emergency.