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Our Data Sources and How We Manage Them

At Statsskuld.se, we are dedicated to providing the most accurate and up-to-date information for our users. To ensure this, we use a variety of data sources and methods to collect and process data. Here is an overview of our main data sources and how we handle them:

Salary Statistics from SCB

We use salary statistics from the Swedish Central Bureau of Statistics (SCB) to provide an accurate picture of salaries in various professions. SCB is a reliable and comprehensive source of statistics in Sweden, and their data helps us provide precise and current salary information.

Exchange Rates and National Debt Data from the Riksbank

To handle exchange rates and national debt data, we use information from the Riksbank. This ensures that our exchange rates and economic data are up-to-date and accurate. For more unusual currencies, we use another external data source to complement the information we get from the Riksbank.

Opinion Data

Opinion data is collected both manually and via the website "val.digital". By combining these sources, we can provide a broader and more nuanced picture of current opinion trends.

Electricity Prices from entsoe.eu

To obtain reliable information on electricity prices, we use data from entsoe.eu. These prices are quoted in euros, and we then use the latest exchange rates to convert these prices into Swedish kronor and ören. This allows us to provide an accurate representation of energy costs in our data.

Use of OpenAI

To ensure high quality in our texts and articles, we use OpenAI. This means that all our texts are proofread, improved, and rewritten to guarantee a consistent and high standard. For example, this article was written by me, Richard Andersson, and then improved and corrected by an AI to achieve the best possible result.

By using these various data sources and methods, we strive to provide our users with the most reliable and up-to-date information. Our ambition is always to deliver high quality and accuracy in everything we publish.

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