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Series and Systems

Survey families or dataset series are data collection efforts that occurred over a period of time or in several geographic locations, using the same or very similar data collection methodology and instruments. Series may be multinational -- collected in more than one country -- or in a single country. Usually all the datasets in the series are collected with the support of the same institution or institutions, but individual surveys or datasets may have the support or assistance of additional parties. The advantage of series from a research perspective is that often data from a series are more easily comparable than data from a variety of sources.

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This series includes annual Bermuda's Digest of Statistics reports dating from 2011 to present. The reports include summary data about education, health, and vital statistics.
In-country survey to characterize consumption, assets, housing, education, health, fertility, accompanied by a community questionnaire aimed at collecting information on services and prices of the common commodities.
This series includes releases of the publication Natural Population Change and Marriages from the Agency for Statistics (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
The Live Birth Information System (SINASC) provides birth data by sex, birth place, birth weight, and age and residence of mother.
The Mortality Information System (SIM) provides death data by age, sex, cause and residence of the deceased.
This in-country survey collects a variety of sociodemographic household information.
VIGITEL is a telephone survey concerning chronic diseases and risk factors in Brazil.
Conducted annually, CTUMS has collected information on tobacco use and related issues since 1999.
The annual report from Poland's National Cancer Registry.
A population-based registry begun in 1950 at the Institute of Oncology in Ljubljana, as a special service for collecting and processing data on cancer incidence and cancer patients’ survival.