# Data

Suche Datenbank Covid-19: Thematic section Housing in Europe – Statistics visualised Have house prices or rents gone up or down in your country in recent years? What share of the population live in owned or rented homes? Explore the new interactive publication "Housing in Europe – statistics visualised" which shows the latest figures on many different aspects of housing. > more Become Data Literate in 3 Simple Steps Become Data Literate in 3 Simple Steps Just as literacy refers to “the ability to read for knowledge, write coherently and think critically about printed material” data-literacy is the ability to consume for knowledge, produce coherently and think critically about data. Data literacy includes statistical literacy but also understanding how to work with large data sets, how they were produced, how to connect various data sets and how to interpret them. Poynter’s News University offers classes of Math for journalists, in which reporters get help with concepts such as percentage changes and averages. Interestingly enough, these concepts are being taught simultaneously near Poynter’s offices, in Floridian schools, to fifth grade pupils (age 10-11), as the curriculum attests. That journalists need help in math topics normally covered before high school shows how far newsrooms are from being data literate.

The 70 Online Databases that Define Our Planet Back in April, we looked at an ambitious European plan to simulate the entire planet. The idea is to exploit the huge amounts of data generated by financial markets, health records, social media and climate monitoring to model the planet’s climate, societies and economy. The vision is that a system like this can help to understand and predict crises before they occur so that governments can take appropriate measures in advance.

Critical Issues 08 The Measure of Success Nonprofit metrics In the mission-driven world of nonprofits, emphasis is usually placed on qualitative values rather than quantitative ones (the intangibles of human dignity, spirituality, education, or the arts, rather than revenue or market share). If the truly important things are qualitative, how can quantitative measures be meaningful to us? How can the real value of what we stand for be measured in any meaningful way? Keesing's World News Archives Keesing's Record of World Events (formerly Keesing's Contemporary Archives), Volume I, July, 1931 Hungary, Page 7 © 1931-2006 Keesing's Worldwide, LLC - All Rights Reserved. The Bank for International Settlements ... Please select which of the 3 levels of access to Keesing's World News Archive you require from the options below:

Einleitung European health statistics measure both objective and subjective aspects of population's health. They cover different kinds of health-related issues in different sides of everybody's life, including key indicators on the functioning of the health care systems. These aspects include: Public health Health status: self-reported health and morbidity, functional and activity limitations, injuries Health determinants: overweight and obesity, physical activity, dietary habits, risky behaviours such as tobacco and alcohol consumption Health care: health care expenditure, health care resources (staff and facilities) and activities (hospital and ambulatory services) Morbidity: diagnosis-specific morbidity (prevalence and incidence rates for defined diseases). This domain is under development. Uses of the data