Entries by Isabelle Coulomb

Learning how to navigate in the Digital Atlas of Belgium

Here is a video that shows in a few minutes how to use the main functions of the Digital Atlas of Belgium. This video explores the indicators workspace. In particular, it is based on an example of agricultural data mapped by a combined representation in coloured circles: the circles correspond to the agricultural surfaces and their colours to the proportion in the total agricultural surface.

Maps of grided population estimate in Europe

The Géoclip « Europe découverte » observatory uses statistical and geographical data published by Eurostat, the European Union's statistical office. It also features population estimate data per 1 km grid, which gives a very detailed picture of population distribution.

Setting up the base map to construct a Géoclip observatory

The Géoclip « Europe découverte » observatory uses statistical and geographical data published by Eurostat, the European Union's statistical office. It clearly illustrates the importance of the work involved in preparing the base maps to build an observatory. The essential element is the constitution of the geographical reference frame, which defines a unique identifier for each geographical unit, serving as a link between the map and the datasets.

Ciril GROUP’s business continuity planning

Like everyone else, people working for Géoclip are coping with the context imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Our hope is that everyone will find the resources to get through this exceptional situation in the best possible conditions. Within our teams, we are making every effort to ensure that our activities carry on. Ciril GROUP thus sets up a business continuity planning, whose objectives are to contribute to slow down the pandemic, while preserving the economic activity.

Exploring the health conditions in England

Local Health, released by Public Health England, provides access to a wealth of local statistical data on health in England. One of its distinctive features is to offer "area profiles", comparative diagrams, between a selected territory and the whole of England.

Connecting observatories

How to access indicators of one observatory from another observatory, for instance the "Observatoire des territoires" and "France découvert"? Thanks to the TJS standard, a Géoclip observatory can be both a client and a server, thus facilitating data sharing in an "open data" approach.