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Country portraits 2015

Current statistical portraits for a selected country can be compared with Switzerland or any one of 35 different countries.

Urban Audit

Urban Audit

Interactive Database
Discover key indicators to measure quality of life in the cities of the Urban Audit with the interactive database application STAT-TAB External website. Content opens in new window..

Transnational Atlas of Cities:
New maps are available for the transnational agglomerations Basel and Geneva in the Atlas of Cities External website. Content opens in new window..

Quality of Life in the Cities
For the first time 24 indicators show various aspects of the quality of life in the Swiss Urban Audit cities. For more information on the quality of life in Switzerland’s ten most populated cities.

City and Agglomeration Portraits
Interactive portraits allow the comparison of indicators for all Urban Audit cities simultaneously. To the City Portraits (in German or French) and to the Agglomeration Portraits (in German or French)

Indicators 2014

A selected set of indicators has been updated and sets the Swiss Urban Audit cities in comparison with European cities. Indicators (currently only in German and French)

Statistical Atlas of Switzerland: «International» domain

Statistical Atlas of Switzerland

The «International» chapter in the Statistical Atlas provides interactive thematic maps for all key figures presented in the country portraits. Go ahead and discover interesting European statistical data visually.

European data

As a starting point one should take a look at the 21 main Eurostat indicators.

A guide for further information on accessing European data is also available:

IMF

Swiss statistics can be found directly in the THEMES section.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has developed a General Data Dissemination System (GDDS) to facilitate worldwide publication of the most important economic data. The IMF coordinates the release of statistical data for the more than one hundred countries that have chosen to participate in the GDDS.

International statistical institutions

The INSTITUTIONS section contains a list of national statistical institutions and statistical departments within international organisations.

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