Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How do I suggest new or different data sources?If you have feedback on the data sources we have used or have suggestions for new data sources then please contact us here firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does the reporting status mean?We have used four different types of reporting status for an indicator, which are also colour coded:
- Green: Reported online – as a minimum the headline national data for this indicator is available on this website but the data might not be fully disaggregated yet. We are continuing to source additional disaggregations.
- Orange: In progress - a suitable data source has been identified. The corresponding time series are currently being processed to be included in this reporting platform.
- Red: Not available - No data is available for this indicator.
- Grey: Not applicable - This indicator is marked as not applicable for the provision of national time series.
Where there is additional information about the status of indicator data collection and reporting, this will be displayed at the top of the indicator page.
How are data gaps filled?In case there are no data available for an indicator, possible data sources are sought and assessed according to our quality standards. If they pass, the indicator is published in the reporting platform.
For some indicators, although there may be data available at the national level, the existing data sources don’t always allow us to disaggregate by all required categories.
Thus, either new data sources need to be found, or existing ones to be linked, or data to be model. This is constantly supported by the respective thematic department in the Federal Statistical Office.