A (2) | C (5) | D (8) | E (2) | F (3) | G (4) | I (4) | L (2) | M (6) | N (5) | O (2) | P (2) | R (5) | S (4) | T (2) | U (2) | V (1)
  • Mapping

    Mapping is the action of linking one indicator from a logframe to one from another one, when they are conceptually comparable based on what is being measured. 

    • Primary: it is conceptually alike the SDG, with slight differences that do not obstruct proper reporting.
    • Secondary: is an indicator that helps build a proxy for the SDG, but does not fully comply with the requirements. This could be the case when dealing with a composite indicator or when the disaggregation or geographic level is not available. (See proxy)
  • Methodology

    In the context of ADAPT it refers to whether there is an agreed definition, a calculation method, a systematic collection instrument and an established data source to produce the indicator(s).


    It might be good to harmonize with the UNSD metadata headers. So, I would suggest.

    Using the UNSD metadata model, methodology primarily includes the computation method. (definition falls under concept...note, the IHSN QBank uses this same framework as well

  • Monitoring Agency

    The institution responsible for tracking the evolution of the indicator value and evaluating the results/ Institution charged with the responsibility of ensuring indicator targets are achieved.

  • Methodological gap

    The methodology required by the custodian organization diverges from the methodology used to compute the indicator at the national level

  • Metadata

    Metadata is data that defines and describes other data. From:  https://stats.oecd.org/glossary/detail.asp?ID=5136

  • Mapped

    An indicator that has been linked to an indicator of another logframe for reconciliation