Interactive charts and maps

The life of women and men in Europe – a statistical portrait - there are large differences between the lives of women and men in Europe, but there are also similarities. This digital publication designed by Eurostat aims at comparing women and men in their daily lives. It also shows how similar or different the everyday life of women and men is in European countries.
 

The Agricultural atlas provides the ability to view data in the form of maps and dynamic graphics using attractive and suggestive images.It is structured using intensity maps with data on country - for the last available year and using charts with data at county level - with data series for the last ten years.
The five intensity maps cover the following subdomains: forest and other forest vegetation, total fruits production, total vegetables production, crop production for grain cereals and meat production.

 
"You in the EU" is a new tool created by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, which has been designed for all European citizens. This infographic provides you with the possibility to compare some aspects of your way of living not only with men and women of your age in your country, but also with the EU average and other EU Member States.
"You in the EU" consists of quiz-like questions about the life of European citizens on 3 different themes: me & my life, me & my living conditions and me & my work. Before you start, you have to select your country, your gender and your age group, which will be used as a basis for comparison. For each question and reply, you can open the source dataset by clicking on the icon located at the lower right hand side of the box. Percentages presented in the replies for some questions are calculated by Eurostat based on absolute data in the source dataset.
 
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”).
 
The application "Young Europeans" is an infographic developed by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, mainly for young people aged between 16 and 29 years.
The application allows the comparison of young people in the Member States regarding their integration into family, work conditions, hobbies and how young people spend their free time, the level of their studies, and how much and for what purpose they use the Internet.
The data used in this infographic are available in the database of Eurostat with few exceptions that you can find by clicking on the "i" button.
 
The infographic "Quality of life" offers you the possibility to compare the statistical data of your country with the EU average and with other EU Member States. The dimensions of quality of life, as presented in this infographic, are: material living conditions, housing conditions, employment, education, health, time use, social relations, safety, governance and environment. Together, they determine the overall life satisfaction. Normally, two different indicators are presented for each of them. In most cases, one indicator offers information on the satisfaction level of individuals, while the other indicator provides objective information on this dimension. After choosing a country, you can afterwards select one of the above mentioned dimensions. You can retrieve further information by clicking on the “i” next to each indicator’s title. By clicking on “Data, you can access the source data. At the very bottom of each page, you are also offered the possibility to embed this infographic on another website and to share it on social media.