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    Overview
    Acronym
    EU-SILC
    Type of information
    Survey/interview data
    Description

    The purpose of data collection is to show the quality of life in Slovenia in view of allocation of disposable income among households, relative poverty and social exclusion for different socio-economic groups of persons and households and to highlight which groups of population are relatively worse off than the rest of the population and are thus more vulnerable to poverty, material deprivation and unemployment. One of the main purposes is also collecting data on health (disability, unmet needs, etc).

    Funding

    State Budget

    Free keywords
    Self-perceived health
    poverty
    Topics
    Health status » Morbidity/disability » Self-reported health status » Self-perceived health/morbidity ;
    Health status » Morbidity/disability » Disability » Disability ;
    Health status » Wellbeing » NA (Wellbeing) » Wellbeing
    Country(ies)
    Slovenia
    GEO coverage
    Nuts 3
    Target Population
    General population
    Age range
    From 16 years to 100 years
    Sex
    Both
    Data Collection Period
    Language(s)
    Slovenian
    Updating Periodicity
    Annually
    Personal Identifier
    National identifier
    Level of aggregation
    Individual
    Terms of data access - URL
    https://www.stat.si/StatWeb/en/StaticPages/Index/For-Researchers
    Terms of data access

    The Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (SURS) enables researchers to access data for the purpose of research, i.e. to all data collected with statistical surveys planned in the current annual programme of statistical surveys (LPSR). SURS also enables researchers to access data that researchers transmit to SURS with the purpose of linking them in a secure environment.

     

    The use of the data is according to the data sensitivity in the following ways:

    • - Access in SURS's secure roomwebs
    • - Remote access
    • - Using statistically protected microdata via Big file exchange system (SOVD)

     

    For researcher's access to data in the secure room or via remote access, SURS prepares individual microdata databases by removing identifiers. Via Big file exchange system (SOVD), researchers receive only statistically protected microdata that are the result of some statistical surveys conducted on a small sample. SURS enables researchers to access statistically unprotected aggregated data.

     

    In addition, SURS can also transmit to researchers a limited set of individual data that they need for conducting surveys (name and family name, residence, year of birth and sex) but only in the form of a so-called sample of persons.

     

    Researchers can also access methodological explanations and questionnaires for individual statistical surveys conducted by SURS. Selected examples of research analyses on national statistics are available on the website.


    Researchers who use data or information produced by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia in their research papers, presentations, posters and other material, please take into account that you need to acknowledge the source and follow the guidelines for correct use of the emblem.
     


    Individual data collected by national statistics for statistical processing are strictly confidential and can be used exclusively for statistical purposes, irrespective of whether they refer to natural or legal persons. Therefore, they have to be handled very carefully and responsibly, and any enabling of access to such data to researchers must be in line with National Statistics Act.
    Public Use Files

    Linkage possible
    Only to some
    Data Owner(s)
    Statistični urad Republike Slovenije
    Contact name
    Ana Bozic Verbic
    Contact e-mail
    gp.surs@gov.si
    Contact info (address)

    Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, Litostrojska 54, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia