15.1: Statistics and the corresponding metadata are presented, and archived, in a form that facilitates proper interpretation and meaningful comparisons.

15.2: Dissemination services use modern information and communication technology and, if appropriate, traditional hard copy.

15.3: Custom-designed analyses are provided when feasible and the public is informed.

15.4: Access to microdata is allowed for research purposes and is subject to specific rules or protocols.

15.5: Metadata are documented according to standardised metadata systems.

15.6: Users are kept informed about the methodology of statistical processes, including the use of administrative data.

15.7: Users are kept informed about the quality of statistical outputs with respect to the quality criteria for European Statistics.

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