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Myanmar census data undercuts Buddhist hardliner claims

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

NAY PYI TAW: Muslims make up just over two per cent of Myanmar’s population, government census figures showed on Thursday (Jul 21), undercutting claims by Buddhist hardliners that Islam poses a threat to the dominance of their faith. 671 more words

Current Affairs

Choronzon fuzzer released

Choronzon, our (CENSUS) evolutionary knowledge-based fuzzer, has just been released as open source software: https://t.co/FiBuL5Ld8H

— argp (@_argp) July 20, 2016

“I am happy to announce today the public release of our evolutionary knowledge-based fuzzer, Choronzon.

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I’m searching for you

street after street,

household after household.

Your entire block has vanished,

uncountable mystery.

(I’ve just spent 2 days combing 2000 entries in the 1921 Montreal census in search of the block where my father lived.   32 more words


Using Google Maps for Genealogy

Today I was looking at my collection of old family photographs when it dawned on me that I should see if some of the houses in the photos are still standing. 423 more words


Estimating household work status from smart meter data

In a previous post I introduced the idea that we might be able to use smart meter (electricity) data to infer household attributes or characteristics in a way that could then support the collection of future Census data. 244 more words


Census 2016 Preliminary Population Figures - What these mean for 2016/17 Constituency Commission review

Adrian Kavanagh, 14th July 2016

The preliminary population by area Census 2016 figures were published earlier today (at 11 am), showing a population level within the state of 4,757,976, marking a notable increase (of 169,724) on the 4,588,252 population level recorded for the 2011 Census. 3,584 more words

Election Boundaries

The Pim/Pym family

Betsy Pimm, the daughter of Reuben and Ann (nee Bradshaw) was born on the 16th March 1839, and baptised at St. Mary, Lancaster/Lancaster Priory, on the 9th June that same year.  466 more words