4 edition of Making and Using of Index Numbers found in the catalog.
Making and Using of Index Numbers
Wesley C. Mitchell
by Harvard University Press
Written in English
Reprints of Economic Classics
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
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There are different ways of construction of index general, construction of index number is further available for the division in two parts: Simple and Weighted. Furthermore, the simple method is classified into simple aggregative and simple relative. Excluding numbers can significantly reduce the size of an index, making searches faster. Add IDs To Adobe PDF v Files Select this option if your collection includes PDFs created before Acrobat , which did not automatically add identification numbers.
The entry in the index for the subentry 'History' will be the range of pages between the two \index commands.. Using special characters . In order to place values with!, @, or |, which are otherwise escape characters, in the index, one must quote these characters in the \index command by putting a double quotation mark (") in front of them, and one can only place a " in the index by quoting. simple index numbers, and a weighted index. Index numbers make a comparison between a value (quantity or price) in the current period and the corresponding value in a base period. All calculations are given in percentages without the % sign. = × base value value index number Example. A pint of milk cost 26p in January ,File Size: 32KB.
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This book, written with Jànos Barta, gives an excellent impression of Fisher's great contributions to the theory of the price index on the one hand. On the other hand, it continues Fisher's work on this subject along the lines which several authors drew with respect to price index theory since Fisher's death fifty years : Arthur Vogt, Janos Barta.
This book provides an introduction to index numbers for statisticians, economists and numerate members of the public. It covers the essential basics, mixing theoretical aspects with practical techniques to give a balanced and accessible introduction to the subject.
The book also considers current issues and developments in the field including the use of large-scale price transaction data. A Practical Introduction to Index Numbers will be the ideal accompaniment for students taking the index number components of the Royal Statistical Society Ordinary and Higher Certificate exams; it provides suggested routes through the book for students, and sets of exercises.
An index is an alphabetized list of subjects and terms used and discussed in the book with their corresponding page numbers and is great to use in nonfiction books.
It serves as a key or map for finding specific topics in lengthier books. The words listed can be technical terms, places, persons, or multiple words. “Setting up your Index is easy. Simply leave the first couple pages of your notebook blank and give them the topic of “Index.” As you start to use your book, add the topics of your entries and their page numbers to the Index, so you can quickly find your them later.”.
The Making of Index Numbers: A Study of Their Varieties, Tests, and Reliability Issue 1 of Publications of the Pollak Foundation for Economic Research: Author: Irving Fisher: Publisher: Houghton Mifflin, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
The making of index numbers; a study of their varieties, tests, and reliability by Fisher, Irving, Pages: If it takes the same amount of space or less to supply the page numbers instead of writing a cross reference, make a “double posting”—that is, supply page numbers at both locations.
—Use. Index numbers are used to measure changes in the value of money. A study of the rise or fall in the value of money is essential for determining the direction of production and employment to facilitate future payments and to know changes in the real income of different groups of people at.
An index is an alphabetical list of keywords contained in the text of a book or other lengthy writing project. It includes pointers to where those keywords or concepts are mentioned in the book—typically page numbers, but sometimes footnote numbers, chapters, or sections%(27).
Index numbers provide a simple, easy-to-digest way of presenting various types of data and analyzing changes over time. Create an index with a time series of information, using simple division and multiplication to calculate the index numbers and convert various types of data into a.
Get this from a library. The making and using of index numbers, [Wesley C Mitchell]. Note that Word’s index features insert an invisible code for each entry you create, and that invisible code generates the entry with the page number in the index.
Remember, your objective is to capture people who may think of ideas under different names from the ones you use, so. Using a Book Index Turn to the very back of the book, where the index lives, and look up the topic you're interested in; topics are listed in alphabetical order.
Once you find your topic, the page number next to your topic tells you which page to turn to so you can read about that topic. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to measuring change with index numbers.
Key features: Introduces the theoretical background to the subject including a description of the most commonly used price and quantity index formulae; Covers the practical techniques needed when using index numbers, including chain linking and deflationCited by: 8. An index is essentially a roadmap to the book, listing names, places, and things in alphabetical order and giving the page numbers associated with each topic.
For nonfiction books, packed with valuable information, a well-made index can help quickly direct the reader to the information they’re trying to find. To be able to use this method you must have: A PDF file of the book with accurate page numbers.
Page proofs are typically a good starting point. The full version of Adobe Acrobat or the freely available PDF X-change viewer (see link below). Any PDF viewer will do as long as it has the required capabilities (described next).
Semi-automatic book indexing. W W ith TExtract you create the back-of-book index for the printed and ebook editions of your book in three steps, using a unique combination of automated and manual indexing: Just drop a PDF proof version of your book onto TExtract.
The initial index is created fully automatically. Running through the text to mark. Quantitative Skills in A Level Business - Index Numbers Subscribe to email updates from tutor2u Business Join s of fellow Business teachers and students all getting the tutor2u Business team's latest resources and support delivered fresh in their inbox every morning.
You can edit the text in the Mark Index Entry dialog box. You can add a second-level in the Subentry box. If you need a third level, follow the subentry text with a colon.
To create a cross-reference to another entry, click Cross-reference under Options, and then type the text for the other entry in the box. To format the page numbers that will appear in the index, select the Bold check box. index numbers. This is known as the circular test.
It is an extension of the time reversal test. Symbolically, the circular test may be written as PP P23 0 = 1 Circular test satisfies the simple geometric mean of price relatives and weighted aggregate of fixed weights.
Quantitative Aptitude & Business Statistics: Index Numbers Index numbers are termed as a measure of change, a device to measure change or a series representing the process of change.
Index numbers are used as an indicator to indicate the changes in economic activity. They also provide framework for decision making and to predict future events. There are three types of index numbers which are generally used.
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