Introducing DART – LIS New Data Visualisation Tool!

Dear LIS users,

We are happy to announce the launch of DART – the new LIS data visualisation tool.
DART is a powerful web-based interactive tool that allows users to select and visualise income and wealth indicators, countries, and time periods, and to decompose them by a multitude of individual and household characteristics, all based on the LIS harmonised databases.
With the launch of DART, LIS breaks new ground with data provision, as a broader base of users, including scholars, journalists, teachers, NGO staff, other analysts, and the general public, will be able to easily obtain and visualize a rich array of income and wealth indicators disaggregated across several dimensions.

DART Main Features

  • Richness of overtime and cross-county inequality measures disaggregated by different social strata.
  • No prior knowledge of statistical packages or coding skills required.
  • Visualisation of data through different charting types (Trends, Scatter plots, Distributions, and Maps).
  • Table format display of the aggregated data used to generate the plotted graph(s).
  • Export of all the graphs/tables produced in pdf and excel formats.
Access DART

For more information about DART, see here.

For more information about the list of aggregates, indicators, and decompositions, see here.

For more information on the methodology, view the methodological note.

July 10, 2020 | News