Interactive graphs

Interactive population pyramids

Interactive population pyramids

Interactive pyramids are an instrument which shows the evolution of the resident population in the Basque Country.

Update date:30/05/2014


Interactive Maps

Interactive Maps

The interactive maps provide a spatial visualisation of the statistical data. Via the municipal data series, the development of demographic phenomena, the weight of the various economic sectors and the differences in income that occur in the Basque Country can be observed.

Update date:01/06/2015


Economic & Social Trends indicators. Economy

Quarterly accounts (CET)

Update date:23/05/2016


Economic & Social Trends indicators. Population movement

Economic & Social Trends indicators. Employment market

Employment rate of the population aged between 16 and 64 in the Basque Country, by sex and quarter (% (PRA)

It is a situational indicator that estimates the evolution of the proportion of individuals in work between 16 and 64 over the total population of these ages.

Update date:25/04/2017


Economic & Social Trends indicators. Industry and Construction

Economic & Social Trends indicators. Services

Evolution of the bed occupancy rate of the hotel establishments of the Basque Country by province (% (ETR)

This deals with the evolution of the available accommodation capacity and its effective use in hotel establishments: hotels and guesthouses, on both a provincial and Basque Country level

Update date:22/05/2017


Year-on-year variation rate of the retail trade index of the Basque Country (%). Constant price (ICIm)

It is a situational indicator of the evolution of sales in the retail trade sector in the Basque Country, in real terms

Update date:05/05/2017


Economic & Social Trends indicators. Foreign trade

Structural indicators

The Basque Country in the UE27

Update date:01/04/2013


Europe 2020 indicators

Update date:09/05/2013


Types of censual sections in the Basque Country

Types of censual sections in the Basque Country

It is the result of a multiple factor analysis of the censual sections of the Basque Country in 2010, from Eustat's Socio-demographic database.

Update date: 04/01/2013

New technologies and statistics techniques mean that statistical information is increasingly being synthesised and presented to the user in a more visual way. The scientific community has in this sense made great steps both in synthesis visualisation methods.

This also has an extremely positive bearing on the advancement of official statistics in the strategy of offering data of maximum desegregation, preserving confidentiality and statistical secrecy.

The main objective of interactive graphics is none other than the analysis, synthesis and representation of data to the naked eye, with various graphical techniques being employed to achieve this aim.

In this section EUSTAT offers a series of graphics in such a way that they may be analysed and managed in a dynamic and interactive manner by users.

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