Investments in tangible fixed assets; business sector, regionsFigures
Investments; tangible fixed assets,means of production, enterprises Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008), regions
A Person Network of the NetherlandsArticles
As part of its research programme Statistics Netherlands has derived a network of the entire Dutch population. This paper describes the methods used to derive the network and will give an overview of some...
CBS and Utrecht University start innovative survey networkOther
The research focuses primarily on surveys using mobile devices
Topological anonymity in networksArticles
Statistics Netherlands has been investigating Network data as a source of new statistics. This implies new questions in the area of statistical disclosure control. In this paper a theory for measuring...
Investments in tangible fixed assets; business sectorFigures
Investments, Tangible fixed assets Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008)
Exporting services: challenges to start, and to expandPublications
This publication looks at barriers to international trade in services. The first part focuses on the impact of trade barriers when it comes to the decision of firms to start exporting services to a new...
CBS and UvA in collaboration to solve social problemsArticles
It sounds like science fiction: a ‘digital twin’ of society that policy-makers can use to resolve complex social problems.
Combining data sources to gain new insights in mobilityOther
This paper describes how multiple data sources that relate to mobility in the city of Rotterdam were combined to create a model for scenario analysis. Sources originate from RET, Gemeente Rotterdam and...
New steps in big data for traffic and transport statisticsOther
CBS now makes statistics about road traffic intensities purely on the basis of road sensors
Business cycle tracer dashboardDashboards
BCT Dashboard is a tool to assist in the analysis of the state and the course of the Dutch economy.
Business cycle tracerDashboards
Statistics Netherlands’ BCT is a tool to assist in the analysis of the state and the course of the Dutch economy.
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...
New Vacancies; classification of occupation ROA-CBS 2014, SIC 2008Figures
New vacancies by occupation SIC 2008; classification of occupation (ISCO 08)
Energy consumption private dwellings; type of dwelling and regionsFigures
Average consumption of gas and electricity, type of dwelling, district heating by region
Supplies natural gas, electricity, public grid; companies, SIC 2008, regionFigures
Supply of natural gas and electricity, public grid Companies, provinces, municipalities
Government expenditure and consumption; functions, transactions, sectorsFigures
Government expenditure and final consumption by function (COFOG): General public services, defense, health, education and social protection
Consumer prices; contribution and impact, HICP 2015=100Figures
Contribution and impact on the annual rate of change according to HICP Yearly rates, weighting coefficient, contribution and impact
Consumer prices; contribution and impact, CPI 2015=100Figures
Contribution and impact on the annual rate of change according to CPI Yearly rates, weighting coefficient, contribution and impact
CBS launching Center for Big Data StatisticsOther
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) is focusing more and more on the use of big data for official statistics production.
Average energy prices for consumersFigures
Average energy prices for consumers Natural gas, electricity
Natural gas balance sheet; supply and consumptionFigures
Indigenous production, imports, exports, stock change and consumption
Complexity and simplification of networks (v2)Articles
The paper deals with two topics: the quantification of the complexity of networks (graphs and digraphs) and the simplification of networks by identifying their most important parts (nodes and arcs / edges)...