Stat@las EuropeInteractive Statistical Atlas of European regions
As part of its international range of products and services, the Federal Statistical Office is offering a multilingual, online atlas of current European statistical themes. The Statistical Atlas of European regions integrates regional statistical data for Switzerland and other European countries – from the regional level NUTS 2 up to country level NUTS 0 (NUTS = Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics) of the European statistical system. This allows to analyse across country borders a wide variety of geographical processes and interrelationships in both figures and maps. Furthermore, differences within individual countries, including those in Switzerland, can be displayed in a clear, graphical form.
The straightforward, easy-to-use browser interface allows users to interact with the product in a number of ways in order to display both, data and maps. The atlas currently contains more than 250 maps relating to 12 theme areas: Population – Living conditions –Territory and environment – Employment and income – Economy, finances – Agriculture and forestry – Construction and Habitation – Tourism – Mobility – Education and science – Politics and Spatial division.
Starting the atlas
The atlas is available in three languages: German, French and English. You can change from one language to another anywhere within the browser window at any time.
The current data is taken from FSO, Eurostat and different international organizations.
Contact: if you have any further questions, please contact us by using the addresses in the left-hand page navigation area at the bottom of the atlas directly by e-mail.
Last update: 20 April 2010 - new data, more topics
Interactive statistical atlas of Switzerland
In addition to the Stat@las Europe, the Stat@las Switzerland offers you a wide selection of detailed maps on local and regional contexts within Switzerland. Stat@las Switzerland has options to look up values, change regionalisation and customise the map design. Its navigation functions offer a wide range of regional stratifications from the municipal level on up.