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

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

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The tool is accompanied by simple and customisable graphics which allow one to visualise dynamics and to compare a number of communes and territories in relation to selected indicators.

Approximately 70 indicators are available, organised under 6 themes: Demography-Society, Households-Family, Housing-Living conditions, Unemployment-Integration, Economy-Employment and the Living Environment.

Each indicator provides the relevant figures involved, rates of progress and evolutive data covering a period of 5 years  and a comparative measurement of a reference territory (for communes the territory they are part of, for territories the Métropole du Grand Paris).

We find, for example: the number of social housing units, number of jobs, births, households owning a car, doctors or an indicator for access to public transport and green spaces.

Twenty-two statistical sources are exploited among which is the Insee census but also sources related to the economy and commerce (the job centre -Pôle emploi-, the annual statement of social data -DADS-, the business index -Sirene-), housing (social housing index -RPLS-, Ministry of Housing - Ministère du logement-, Regional and Interdepartmental Housing and Accommodation Department -Drihl-), demography and society (civil status, Social Security and Child Benefit office -Cnaf-, tax and social studies organisation -Filosofi-), health (Regional Health Agency -ARS-), the environment (Fire Brigade -BSPP-, air quality watch -AirParif-) and transport (Île-de-France public transport company -IDF Mobilité-, previously -Stif-).

As complementary to the datavisualisation, printable manuals can be downloaded which include data on the scale of each of the territories and the communes of which they are comprised.