Upcoming modernized, expanded Web Tabulator

Launch date: 15 May 2015

LIS is taking another exciting step by releasing a brand new version of our Web Tabulator, our online table-making tool, on May 15. Anyone who wants to generate cross-national descriptive tables based on the underlying LIS datasets, without preparing programming, will be able to do so.

What is important about the new Web Tabulator?

– It includes results based on the entire LIS Database (i.e., all countries, all years).
– It has entirely new content, which was designed to increase both user-friendliness and comparability across datasets.
– It includes, for the first time, individual- as well as household-level indicators.
– Its content now corresponds to the latest LIS Database template.
– Like the LIS Inequality and Poverty Key Figures, the revised Web Tabulator will be automatically filled with new results each time that LIS uploads a new microdataset.

Time to say goodbye to the old version of the Web Tabulator!

Starting today, we are shutting down the old version of the Web Tabulator. We encourage you to get a sneak peek at our documentation to find out the number of indicators, countries and variables that will be available from May 15 on.

Stay tuned for more!

February 17, 2015 | News