


Definition: 
A conditional edit is an edit where the value of one field determines the editing relationship between other fields and possibly itself. For example, suppose there are three fields A, B, and C. A conditional edit would exist if the relationship between fields B and C as expressed through the edits depended on the value in A.
Example: 1) If A>0 then B>C 2) If A>B then C>B.

Source
Publication: 
UN Statistical Commission, UNECE, 2000. Glossary of Terms on Statistical Data Editing.

Statistical
Theme: Methodological information (metadata) 
Created
on Wednesday, March 13, 2002 
Last
updated on Monday, April 15, 2013 












