Everyone loves being able to visualise data and infographics have become very popular in the last couple of years.
However being able to generate attractive graphs and graphics requires both skill and access to data.
The EU’s Digital Agenda for Europe site removes some of the pain
You can quickly and easily generate a range of graphics based on a EU-wide data or drill down to compare a subset of the member states or even a single country.
Here’s a couple I grabbed this morning:
Or how about Ireland’s ranking against the rest of the EU in terms of internet usage indicators:
Or how about how the Irish public use internet services:
There are plenty of other metrics that you can drill into and generate some really nice and informative graphics for.
[…] You can dive into Irish and EU usage patterns if you want to using data from the EU. […]