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Thanks for your reflections. In the long run, BONSAI should of
course not rely on Exiobase or any other processed data, but on as
a "raw" data source as possible. For IO tables, this means
national Supply Use data, obtained directly from the national
statistical agencies etc. Back-calulating these from Exiobase
would in all cases just be a temporary solution to get a good
start with a relatively complete database.
Den 2019-11-04 kl. 11.16 skrev Stefano
I can provide the Exiobase hybrid version of national tables
but I wonder whether this is the way to go. I try to explain it
Exiobase is a multi-regional IO database, therefore on the
website you can only download MR-tables. Of course who
contributes to Exiobase has as intermediate result the national
tables stored somewhere but not on the official Exiobase
website. But then, does Bonsai rely on publicly available data
or on 'confidential' data? In the light of future updates, what
is the best way to go?
And what if we intend to use other world IO databases such as
the WIOD? We will have the same problem.
However, moving from MR-tables to a national table is a quite
simple procedure because we just need to aggregate rows and
columns. This procedure could be easily generalized for future
imports of multi-regional databases. The only issue I see here
is that Exiobase will be stored twice on the Bonsai storage.
On 01/11/2019 15:45, Bo Weidema
I am aware that we have priority access as consortium
members. I was hinting to making this publicly available...
Den 2019-11-01 kl. 15.28 skrev
Bo/2.0 LCA Team
You (trough Stefano) have access to the repository having the
country SUT tables. I can add more people to the box account
On 30/10/2019 17:35, Bo Weidema wrote:
Den 2019-10-30 kl. 16.07 skrev Agneta:
Do we need to have a separate repo
that breaks the exiobase SUT from the website ? We could
also get these country specific tables directly from
Why do the EXIOBASE consortium not just publish these on the
website, saving us the hazzle of re-constructing the