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The main things you need to know about how the NZCASS is conducted.
What users need to be aware of:
What you need to know about NZCASS sampling.
How NZCASS interviews are carried out.
How the incidents collected as part of the NZCASS are coded into offences for analysis and reporting.
What weighting is applied to NZCASS data.
What imputation is, why it is done and how it affects users when interpreting NZCASS statistics.
What classifications, groupings and standards are used for analysis and reporting.
What terms and concepts mean.
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