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Graphs and maps are a great way of making statistics memorable and meaningful. 'A picture paints a thousand words', making a well-designed graph or map an excellent way to share a statistical story. The graphs and maps on this page include interactivity and animation, allowing you to engage with ONS data and explore what is important for you. These graphics are in a variety of formats, please check the description on each item for viewing compatability with your system. For those items in Adobe Flash format please ensure you install the latest version for your device from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/.  To contact the ONS Data Visualisation Centre for more information about the products shown here or for other enquiries please contact datavis@ons.gov.uk

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Census

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Classifications

  • GoogleMaps Rural Urban Definition (opens new window)

  • Interactive map of Total Fertility Rates for wo

    An Atlas of Deprivation 2010 for England has been produced to aid interpretation of the Indices of Multiple Deprivation which are used extensively to analyse patterns of deprivation and inform the identification of areas by local and central government that would benefit from special initiatives or programmes, and as a tool to determine eligibility for specific funding. This tool allows the quick identification of individual ranks for Lower Layer Super Output Areas nationally by local authority for seven domains and for an overall Index of Multiple Deprivation.

    View Atlas of Deprivation England (opens new window)

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Economy

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Labour Market

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People and Places

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Population and Migration

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