Data Portraits of Paris/Grand Paris - districts, municipalities, territories - maps

September 2019, last updated 19 October 2021
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In 2021, Apur updates Data Portraits with the latest available data.

 Data Portraits © Apur

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This datavisualisation tool offers nearly 400 maps, 70 indicators, 6 themes and 22 statistical sources. Datavisualisation makes it possible to observe developments and to put territories and municipal communes in Greater Paris - Grand Paris Metropolis - into perspective.

Built around key indicators and simple, customisable graphs and cartographic interfaces, the application presents nearly 70 indicators organised under six themes: Demography-Society, Households-Family,  Housing-Living Conditions, Unemployment-Integration, Economy-Employment and Living Environment.

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

The cartographic interface of the tool is based on three modes of data representation enabling the available information to be clearly defined:

  • The number of people, allowing one to know the volume considered (e.g. number of young people under 20 in a district, municipal commune or territory).
  • The ratio, giving information on the structure and “weight” of each category (e.g. ratio of young people under 20 in relation to the total population of a district, municipal commune or territory).
  • The evolution, showing the trend over the recent period (5 year period).

Three scales of analysis are available: the scale of the 12 territories which form Grand Paris Metropolis, the 131 municipal communes and the 20 Parisian districts as well as a finer scale, that of IRIS, which enables the dynamics within districts to be observed.
Twenty-two statistical sources are exploited, among which are the INSEE census, as well as sources on the economy and trade (Pôle emploi, DADS, Sirene), housing (RPLS, Minister of Housing, Drihl, demography and social affairs (Civil Status, Cnaf, Filosofi), health (ARS), the environment (BSPP, AirParif) and transport (Stif).

This interface completes a first application which allows the same indicators to be represented in a customisable graphic form, showing changes over the long-term and allowing comparison. A summary file, compiling all the data and accompanied by reading notes can be downloaded for each district, municipal commune and the territory of Grand Paris Metropolis.


Documents to download

  • Data Portraits - Map collection

    Format : pdf, 22.72 MB