Data portraits of communes (municipalities) and territories of the Greater Paris -Métropole du Grand Paris- Data

January 2019, last updated 26 April 2022
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In 2022, Apur is developing the Dataportraits to include the scale of departments, in addition to municipal Communes, the territories and the Greater Paris - Grand Paris Metropolis -. In 2021, the tool was updated to enable the latest available data to be integrated. 

Data portraits of communes (municipalities) and territories of the Greater Paris - Métropole du Gran

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Through the use of 70 indicators, 6 themes and 22 statistical sources, this datavisualisation tool makes it possible to see developments in the territories and municipal communes of the Greater Paris - Grand Paris Metropolis - and to put them into perspective .
This tool includes simple, customisable graphic interfaces for observing dynamics and comparing several municipal communes or territories, depending on the indicators selected.

Nearly 70 indicators are available, grouped under six  themes: Demography-Society, Households-Family,  Housing-Living Conditions, Unemployment-Integration, Economy-Employment and Living Environment.

For each indicator, the number of people and the ratio are given, as well as how situations have evolved over a five year period and a measure of comparison with a reference territory (for a commune the territory to which it belongs, and Grand Paris Metropolis for territories).

One can find, for example, the number of social housing units, the number of jobs, the number of births, of households possessing a car, of doctors and even an index of access to public transport and green spaces.

Twenty-two statistical sources are used, among which are the INSEE census, as well as sources on the economy and trade (Pôle emploi, DADS, Sirene), housing (RPLS, Ministry of Housing, Drihl), demography and social affairs (Civil Status, Cnaf, Filosofi), health (ARS), the environment (BSPP, AirParif) and transport (Île-de-France Mobilités).