Maps and charts are a very useful way to bring statistics to life, aiding interpretation and understanding of what the statistics mean. They can be used to highlight patterns and trends and make statistics more accessible to a wide variety of people.
Topic based maps and charts
View data on Ethnicity, Identity, Language, Religion, Health, Population, Housing & Accommodation, Education and Labour Market using the options provided opposite. Results are available at national and council area level. For charts, the default display is Aberdeen City, Dundee City, City of Edinburgh and Glasgow City but users can select / de-select from the full set of council areas using the table beneath the chart.
Change over time
Our population chart comparator tool illustrates differences in the population age by sex profiles between different areas and between 2001 and 2011.
Take a journey through A century of census how Scotland's population has changed since 1911.
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