Blogs, Wikis and Official Statistics: New Perspectives on the Use of Web 2.0 by Statistical Offices
This paper explains the roles that blogs, wikis and social networking play in the provision and dissemination of official statistics.
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|Publication status:||Published in United Nations ECE 2009 Annual Report|
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