13th International Conference On Statistical Sciences


  • 16 March - 18 March 2015
  • Islamia College Peshawar, Peshawar, Pakistan
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The aim of the Conference is to highlight the role of computer technology in statistical computations and analysis specially surveys and censuses through GIS and other information technology tools. The Conference will focus on theoretical and empirical aspects of the Official Statistics in modern technology. It also aims to stimulate a comparative analysis of the role of the computer technology in conducting surveys and survey designs in Pakistan and Islamic
Countries. The analysis of the different structures of Official Statistics and viable practical use will contribute to better understand the problems (difficulties and successes) facing the rapid change in global information system.

The internationalization process of the statistical procedures will need deeper studies to point out problems and opportunities according to past and recent experiences in Islamic Countries.
The Conference will give an opportunity both to researchers and the
protagonists of Statistical Agencies and Institutes to meet and compare experiences and analyses. The presentation of Official Statistics case studies will improve the discussion and the knowledge of its role in the present information system and computer technologies

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