Statistics Finland’s newly published Finland in Figures 2016 is a compact, 50-page information package in pocket size about Finland and Finns. The booklet provides key data on the population, economy, living conditions and culture in the form of statistics and graphics. International comparison data are also included.
Finland in Figures 2016 pocket statistics are available in three languages: Finnish, Swedish and English.
Statistics Finland and the National Land Survey of Finland have developed new tools for the national geoportal Paikkatietoikkuna, for making statistical analyses on geographical information.
For example, users can use a background map to form the areas they want, and the application calculates statistical key figures for these areas from the statistical grid data. Population changes in the area selected can be calculated by combining grids of different periods.
Statistics Finland and the National Land Survey of Finland have developed analysis tools in a joint project financed in 2014 to 2015 by the Merging Statistics and Geospatial Information programme of Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Union.
Statistics Finland published in its Tieto&trendit magazine an article entitled 'iStatistician 2030'.
With the ongoing data revolution, the world calls for statistical experts. But what kinds of experts does the field of statistics need? In the latest Statistics Finland's Tieto&trendit magazine, the directors of Eurostat and OECD’s Directorate of Statistics draw a picture of their employees today, as well as envision the future statistician.
The newly published Statistical Yearbook of Finland 2015 describes in great detail Finnish society and its development over the past years and decades.
The Statistical Yearbook of Finland is an extensive basic reference book of statistics containing both topical statistical data and long time series. Apart from data on Finland, the book also contains abundant international comparison data. The Yearbook has been published since 1879 and is available in three languages, Finnish, Swedish and English.