New! Infographic of Civil Registry Open Data



New! Infographic of Civil Registry Open Data
Inspired by the success of our Open Innovation Map, we decided to carry out more data visualization projects.

This time we produced an infographic visualizing open data provided by ParisData website.
This infographic offers visualizations of various civil registry documents such as: birth, marriage, death and acknowledgement of paternity records issued by the Civil Registration Office of Paris.

To present this data we used 3 types of visualization:

Graph

The graph displays Births, Marriages etc. indexes for different districts of Paris (from 2004 to 2009).
Each of four curves shows the progress in birth, death etc. registration levels, for each month of a selected year.

Map

The same data is displayed on the map. The size of the clusters indicates how many civil status acts have been issued for each district of Paris (from 2004 to 2009).

Pie charts

Each of these four pie charts shows Birth, Marriage, Death and Acknowledgement of Paternity registration levels for the districts of Paris.

And of course, all of these visualizations are interactive. So, you can select the year or district you need and easily compare data for different districts.

This infographic demonstrates once again how data visualization can help leverage open data.
New! Infographic of Civil Registry Open Data

Tuesday, February 1st 2011


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