Base unit of analysis
The 100 * 100 m grid covering the country’s populated places are the base units of the analysis. All – address level collected data – are aggregated to this 100×100 grid level. All special indicators are calculated to this 100×100 grid level too. Let’s see the data visualization sample map »
Special 100×100 Indicators of database
The special indicators are calculated from base data of 100×100 database. Help to visualize and understand the spatial differences of demography and neighbourhood profile in a city.
Purchasing power cluster
The purchasing power cluster data is the most complex indicator of this database. It’s calculation is based on income per capita – aging index – population density data. The 16 different neigbourhood cluster describe the charecteristic of different parts of the cities.
This indicator is available all 136 analysed settlement of Hungary.
Indicators of demography
There are three different demography indicators in 100×100 purchasing power database:
- Ageing index – shows the percentage of old age population (63-x years) comparison with young age population (0-14 years).
- Old age dependency ratio index – shows the percentage of old age population (63-x) comparison with active age population (15-62 years).
- Young age dependency ratio index – shows the percentage of young age population (0-14) comparison with active age population (15-62 years).
Indicators of daytime population
From alternative data sources can be collected those data, which describe the movement of people in daytime. These are:
- Downtown Index – shows the most popular places in a city based on numbers of selected POIs (ATM, Pláza, stb.)
- Touristical Index – shows the most popular places in a city based on locations of photos sharings.
- Pedestrian Traffic Index – shows the most popular places in a city based on locations of social media check-ins.
- Public Transport Index – shows the traffic centers of public transport based on number and type of transfer points at a location (only for Budapest).