|We like to demonstrate you the modern possibilities of geo-referenced data display of statistical data with geographic relations and offer you our services in the realization mapping jobs for your own data, generating expressive graphics with your data. These graphics can be used in reports, for publicity issues and for all type of publications. Maps and plans are today part of our daily life. May of us have a daily contact with such data, or we are generating geo-referenced data. Tables and pages of text surely are instructive, but a good designed graphic says more as you can write in any pages.||
Our brain is able to capture this geo-data in an easier and faster manner as with texts or tables, the visual impression will be more effective penetrate our ideas. More easily as abstract tables or texts.
In our data collection we have currently (01.01.2019) about 280 states, dependent and self-declared independent states and territories, former colonies and special autonomous areas within internationally recognised states.
This starts with the Republic of Abkhazia - former part of the Republic of Georgia till 1994, which understands itself as an independent state, but is recognised internationally by only a few states, through the Macao Special Administrative Region, which exists since 1999 and emerged from the former Portuguese colony, or Cyprus, listing all territorially different entities existing on the island. In this case, these are the Republic of Cyprus, the Turkish-occupied part - the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, but also the British colonial military bases Akrotiri and Dhekelia, which became autonomous British territories in the decolonisation process, as condition of the former motherland UK.
It is quite easy to get country data, these are reported with varying topicality by many institutions, it is more difficult to find data in the administrative structure of the respective states, as these are usually fully expelled only in an census, but depending on the country, this census activities are carried out in different periods. Corresponding problem cases are shown in the graphic above, also the age of the data for the corresponding countries.
The second graph on the left shows the age of the national data as a cumulative percentage. This shows that about 75% of our data is from 2014 and more recent, but also that about 10% of the country's data is from 2010 and before. This 75% is relatively good result, but these 10% are rather bad. The states and territories that burden our balance sheet particularly due to the lack of recent data are named in the first chart.
If you have knowledge of sources that allow us to update the data of these countries and territories, we would be pleased to assist you if you could make them available to us.
We are also grateful to you for any indication of errors in maps, data and other content.