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Experimental population estimates from linked administrative data: methods and results

Experimental population estimates from linked administrative data: methods and results describes the method used to produce an experimental series of national population estimates by age and sex. The series was derived from linked administrative data in the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI).

We compare the results with official population estimates and summarise the possible factors contributing to any observed differences.

We are publishing this research to update you on our progress and invite your feedback to support future development.

The Experimental Data Series can be found on the Stats NZ Experimental initiatives page.
View Experimental population estimates from linked administrative data.

Note that the experimental population estimates are not official statistics. Rather, they are published as output from research into a different methodology than that currently used in the production of official estimates.

Read the paper online, or download and print the PDF from 'Available files'. If you have problems viewing the file, see Opening files and PDFs.

Citation 
Statistics New Zealand (2016). Experimental population estimates from linked administrative data: methods and results. Retrieved from www.stats.govt.nz.

ISBN 978-0-908350-70-4 (online) 
Updated 7 May2018

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