5 October 2020 | Briefing note
During the week of August 22nd, and for seven days, an online Redatam workshop was held for the Caribbean countries. This was organized jointly by CELADE-Population Division of UN ECLAC and the Regional Office of UN ECLAC for the Caribbean. There were 26 participants (15 women and 11 men) from the National Statistical Offices of 12 Caribbean countries: Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, and Suriname.
3 April 2020 | Briefing note
Due the health contingency we face today because of COVID-19 we have redesigned the workshop and changed the traditional teaching modality to a completely virtual one, from Tuesday 5 to Wednesday May 13, 2020. The virtual modality implies changes in the teaching methodology, that is how this new 7-day course will be only three hours per day at a time that will accommodate all the participants. This course focus on the processing of population and housing censuses, using Redatam, in order to learn the software and explore the potential of censuses to obtain specific indicators for monitoring the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs.
10 February 2020 | Briefing note
Similar to other REDATAM applications, that for the Montserrat census provides basic tabulations such as frequency tables and cross-tabulations as well as thematic indicators for census topics such as education, employment, health, disability and housing. These indicators are all available for output in the form of tables, graphs or maps.
28 January 2020 | Briefing note
CELADE invites all Redatam users to a new course/workshop to be held between April 20 and 24, 2020, in Santiago, Chile. On this occasion, the course will focus on the processing and analysis of population and housing censuses databases, using Redatam, to obtain specific indicators for the follow-up of the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals- SDG. In turn, like the year 2019, the course will be offered in two modalities of participation: Face-to-face in the ECLAC classrooms and Simultaneous Streaming/Webex via the internet.
15 May 2019 | Briefing note
CELADE is pleased to invite all Redatam users to the 2019 training workshop to be held in Santiago, Chile from August 19th through 30th, 2019
8 March 2019 | Briefing note
We also want to inform that the deadline for registration has been extended until March 20th.
23 January 2019 | Briefing note
CELADE - Population Division of ECLAC announces to all REDATAM users an update of Redatam7 that includes improvements and new functionalities in the Create, Process and Admin modules.
6 June 2018 | Briefing note
The objective of the workshop is to train participants in the creation of Redatam databases, therefore, emphasis will be given in the migration to Redatam format from external sources such as DBF, CSPro, SPSS, ASCII. Subsequently, using the Redatam Webserver platform and language a web application will be developed that allows online processing of microdata, thus, achieving the dissemination of information through the Internet.
11 November 2017 | Briefing note
We share with his family the sadness of this moment. We honor his memory, we tribute his contribution to demography and human rights in Latin America and the Caribbean.
15 May 2017 | Briefing note
The objective of the workshop is to train participants in the creation of Redatam databases and the development of data dissemination Redatam web applications so that they can later incorporate what is learned in their respective countries and offices.
15 February 2017 | Briefing note
Experts from the Burundi Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies and the UNFPA-Burundi National Office will hold a two-week internship at CELADE, Population Division of ECLAC, to deepen the use of REDATAM as a platform for processing, analysis and dissemination of the socio-demographic information produced by the Institute.
14 February 2017 | Briefing note
The 22nd newsletter of Redatam Informa, 2016, includes interesting articles related to Redatam Webserver applications for dissemination and online processing of socio-demographic information and presents a summary of technical assistance carried out by CELADE during the year 2016 in relation to the use, analysis and dissemination of socio-demographic information, as well as, the development of web applications with Redatam.
17 January 2017 | Briefing note
This course will deepen for a week on the definition of socio-demographic indicators and its statistical processing using the Redatam 7Process module.
12 December 2016 | Briefing note
Census experts from CELADE met with the India Census Commission in New Delhi to assess the incorporation of Redatam as disseminating tool for their censuses and statistics. They also provided training on Redatam at the National Statistics Office of Bhutan.
1 June 2016 | Briefing note
CELADE invites all Redatam users to register in this workshop of database creation and web applications development using Redatam Webserver for the dissemination of data. The objective is to put into practice the knowledge learned in their respective countries afterwards.
31 March 2016 | Briefing note
Under the cooperation framework with the subregional office of ECLAC in the Caribbean along with the Caribbean Development Bank and UNFPA subregional office for the Caribbean, a Redatam workshop was organized starting Monday 4th until Friday April 15th in Kingston, Jamaica. Thirteen experts from the national statistics office of Jamaica will participate plus two representatives from the Cayman Islands and two other representatives from St. Kitts and Nevis.
3 April 2014 | Briefing note
1 April 2014 | Briefing note
La Paz (17 to 21 March), and Cochabamba (24 to 28 March)
4 November 2013 | Briefing note
Vanuatu Island developed an online query system for its 2009 census to publish their census information allowing all users their personalized tabulations and online analysis of the data
11 April 2013 | Briefing note
With the publication of their population censuses running under the REDATAM engine, INIDE gives a bold step in the statistical history of the country, since the online query system provide updated information on the socio-economic, demographic and agricultural sectors. The goal of Nicaraguans is to have access to these important sources of information for better economic development and policy making