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Interactive charts and maps

Technical conditions

To visualize interactive charts and thematic maps a browser software capable of showing so called SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format pictures is needed. Internet Explorer 9, Firefox 3.x, Opera 9.x, Safari 3.x and Google Chrome browsers are directly able to do this, while an extension called Adobe SVG Viewer should be installed for the browser Microsoft Internet Explorer 6–8. Its installation, under Windows NT, 2000 and XP, may only be made by a user with an administrator authorization. The freeware Adobe SVG Viewer may be downloaded from the website of Adobe. Beyond that, authorization is needed to run JavaScipt command files in the browser.

If you can see the red “SVG” and “JavaScript” text after the colon, then your browser is able to show interactive thematic maps:  

World population by continents, 1950–2100

World population by continents, 1950–2100 The United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division updated its latest population projection for all countries of the world (World Population Prospects: 2017 Revision) on 21st June 2017. The United Nations demographers prepared their world population projection by 2100 in more variants (high, medium and low, permanent fertility, zero migration, etc.).
Our interactive chart contains – in addition to the data of the period between 1950 and 2015 – the figures of the medium variant considered the most probable. By clicking on the name of a continent in the legend, you can turn off or on the visualization of its data.

Time use survey 2009/2010 (animation)

Time use survey 2009/2010 (animation) The time use survey serves among others to examine the different time use of the various social and demographic groups. Between 1 October 2009 and 30 September 2010, the Hungarian Central Statistical Office conducted a time use survey among the population aged 10–84 living in private households.
The animation prepared on the basis of the data of the 2009/2010 time use survey shows an average day of a population sample of thousand people by activities.

Time use survey 2009/2010

Time use survey 2009/2010 The interactive application prepared on the basis of the data of the 2009/2010 time use survey shows an average day of the selectable population sample by activities on one chart containing 166 thousand items. The horizontal line shows an average day of a person selected from the population sample by activities. The vertical line shows the ratio of activities performed by the selected population sample at a given minute of an average day.

Inflation kaleidoscope

Inflation kaleidoscope The inflation kaleidoscope presents consumer price changes by detailed groups of expenditures, as well as depicts the percentages represented by the groups of the different goods and services in the total expenditures of households with the help of the surface of the different rectangles. The kaleidoscope is a tree map chart, on which the surface of the different rectangles is directly proportional to the weights of the groups of goods or services depicted by them, and their colour is identical to that of the change category compared to the base period selected by the user.

The interactive population pyramid of 120 years

The interactive population pyramid of 120 years This application displays changes in the population age structure of Hungary by sex from 1870 to 2060. Sources of data:

Interactive population pyramid of Hungarian regions (NUTS2) and counties (NUTS3)

Interactive population pyramid of Hungarian regions (NUTS2) and counties (NUTS3) This software displays the age structure by sex between 1980 and 2016, not only for the country, but for the seven regions, Budapest and the 19 counties, making it possible to look at and follow changes in the age structure of different territorial units.

Statistical Yearbook of Hungary, 2015 – charts

Statistical Yearbook of Hungary, 2015 – charts Our publication titled Statistical Yearbook of Hungary, 2015 presents the socio-economic trends in Hungary and the main characteristics of environment in 596 tables. Changes in major trends are illustrated by colour charts, the interactive version of which is available on our website. All chapters allow for chronological comparison, while spatial disparities among counties and regions, and major international indicators are presented in single chapters. The publication is issued with an internet annex.

Economic Trends

Economic Trends The interactive data visualisation tool Economic trends provides every user, from basic to professional, a quick and easy overview of the development of 8 main economic indicators.
After selecting an indicator & a country (or the EU / EA aggregate), the trend of the indicator over the last 12 time periods will be displayed in a graph. Additionally, you can add the EU or EA aggregate for comparison.
For some indicators, you have the possibility to swap between units. For example, for inflation you can choose between the “change compared to the same month of the previous year” and the “change compared to the previous month”.
Below the graph, you also have the possibility to obtain a definition of the indicator (see “I” button) and to access the source dataset (when clicking on “+ More information”).

Agriculture radar – Change in volume of agricultural output

Agriculture radar – Change in volume of agricultural output The interactive octagonal radar chart presents annual volume changes in the production account of the economic accounts for agriculture (EAA) by main groups of products, between 2000 and 2011.

Macroeconomic trends in agriculture

Macroeconomic trends in agriculture The interactive application describes the annual changes of macroeconomic trends in agriculture by the main indicators of the economic accounts for agriculture (crop output, animal output, total agricultural output, total intermediate consumption, gross value added at market prices, factor income and entrepreneurial income) between 2000 and 2013.

GDP radar – Volume indices of the final use of gross domestic product – ESA2010

GDP radar – Volume indices of the final use of gross domestic product The radardiagram shows the direction and extent of the quarterly volume changes of consumption, capital formation and exports, imports and their impact on gross domestic product at previous year’s prices compared to the preceding year, from 1995 to present.

Inflation radar – Consumer price indices by groups of expenditure

Inflation radar – Consumer price indices by groups of expenditure The interactive radar chart presents changes in consumer prices from January 2000 broken down by main groups of expenditures established from the products and services playing important role in the purchases of the households.

Per capita net available household income and average size, by income deciles

Per capita net available household income and average size, by income deciles The diagram presents the evolution of per capita income by deciles since 2000. Income situation is proportional to the size of bubbles.

Expenditure Radar – The changes in the volume of household consumption expenditure by COICOP classification

Expenditure Radar – The changes in the volume of household consumption expenditure by COICOP classification The interactive radar diagram shows the evolution of volume of household consumption expenditure in the twelve main groups since 2001. Expenditures of each year compared to 2000 prices.

Expenditure Radar – Structure of per capita expenditure of households

Expenditure Radar – Structure of per capita expenditure of households The interactive radar chart shows the structure of per capita expenditure of households since 2000. The charts presents the data according to COICOP (Classification Of Individual Consumption by Purpose) and reflects the share of some items from the total consumption of households, so, what weight they represent in costumer spending on food, housing, etc.

Environment radar – State of the environment

Environment radar – State of the environment This diagram illustrates the changes of environmental pressure based on data from the last 10 years. A typical indicator has been selected from each chapter of Environmental Report of Hungary, 2013. Changes of indicators were depicted in a way that in the diagram decrease means improvement from the environmental point of view. For example, growth of areas under organic farming is shown as a decrease, this is exemplified with the invert of the original index.
The diagram shows the changes of the seven indicators compared to 2000 and demonstrates the effect of human activities on the environment with the change in the polygon’s area.