Knowledge browsing — front ends to statistical databases
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A problem facing users of statistical databanks is obtaining secondary information relating to the statistics. Such information includes methods of collection, problems with individual observations, precise definitions and the conceptual framework underlying the data. Recent advances in knowledge engineering provide the methodology for making such data available online. A demonstration support system, using hypertext in the first instance, has been developed covering a small well defined domain in social security statistics.
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