10 percent more deaths than expected in 2021Articles
In 2021, nearly 171 thousand deaths were recorded. This is 16 thousand (10 percent) more than the expected number for last year. There was excess mortality in every age group. Flevoland, Zeeland and Limburg...
CBS Provincial Data Center/LimburgOther
On 30 January 2018, CBS and the province of Limburg signed a collaborative agreement for the establishment of the first Provincial Data Centre, the CBS Brightlands Data Centre.
Nearly 1,100 more deaths than expected in last week of NovemberArticles
The estimated number of deaths in the last week of November (week 47, i.e. 22 to 28 November inclusive) stands at nearly 4,100.
Fewer road traffic deaths in 2021Articles
In 2021, 582 people in the Netherlands died as a result of road traffic accidents. This is 28 fewer than in 2020 and the lowest number since 2015.
Fewer deaths in the last week of DecemberArticles
In the last week of December 2021 (week 52), the estimated number of deaths stood at slightly under 3,500
More shops for the first time in yearsArticles
On 1 January 2022, there were 83.8 thousand physical shops in the Netherlands, 655 more than one year previously.
Domestic R&D expenditure over €18 billion in 2020Articles
In 2020, enterprises, institutions and the higher education sector in the Netherlands spent nearly 18.4 billion euros on research and development (R&D), using own and hired personnel.
Slightly smaller pig herd, barely reduced cattle herdArticles
In 2021, the pig herd in the Netherlands was slightly reduced year-on-year to almost 11.4 million.
Gross seed onion yield nearly 12 percent upArticles
In 2021, the gross yield of seed onions was 11.7 percent higher than in the previous year. The gross yield of ware potatoes declined by 10.7 percent. Sugar beet and wheat crop yields remained virtually...
610 traffic deaths in 2020Articles
In 2020, traffic accidents killed a total of 610 people in the Netherlands.
2020: nearly 169 thousand deaths, 10 percent more than expectedArticles
In 2020, the total number of deaths stood at almost 169 thousand, which is over 15 thousand (10 percent) more than expected for that year.
Regional impact of COVID-19Other
The recent coronavirus outbreak affects virtually all people in the Netherlands. Certainly, the effects will also be visible in statistics that are being produced by Statistics Netherlands in the future.
Less excess mortality during second wave, but still high after 9 weeksArticles
Although excess mortality disappeared after nine weeks during the first wave of the coronavirus epidemic, the number of deaths was still elevated after the same amount of time during the second wave.
Inbound commuters often live just across the borderArticles
In 2018, more than 80 thousand people were employed in the Netherlands while living in Belgium or Germany. These cross-border commuters mainly live in relatively small rural municipalities just across...
Deep learning for solar panel detectionOther
How to improve the estimate of the total amount of solar energy generated in the Netherlands. One of these projects is Deep Solaris. In this project, we evaluated several Deep Learning methods to automatically...
Automatically detect solar panels with aerial photosOther
Solar power is an important renewable energy source. This article explains the research conducted by Statistics Netherlands to map the numbers and locations of solar panels more accurately using deep learning...
Water board accounts; balance sheet by regionFigures
Water board accounts, balance sheet according to the Dutch regulation 'Besluit, Begroting en Verantwoording waterschappen (BBVw)'.